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  Category: Articles » Articles by Author » Author: Damian Sofsian
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1.Types of Drug Testing Kits
Employers have been administering drug tests with increasing frequency in the last 20 years or so, for a number of reasons. These include safety, trustworthiness with sensitive information, and health/ insurance costs. Some privacy advocates have protested these policies, especially when they occur ...
[Added: 26 Nov 2005   Hits: 237   Words: 320]

2.Urine Drug Testing: An Overview
The oldest and most commonly used method of drug testing is the urine drug test. Urine drug testing is usually the most inexpensive and quickest method of screening for drug use. Some benefits of urine drug testing are ...
[Added: 17 Nov 2005   Hits: 196   Words: 405]

3.A Look at Hair Drug Testing
Drug testing has become very common in both the workplace and schools within the last twenty years or so. Generally, urine testing is the most common form of drug screening. Many people are creative in their efforts to beat drug tests and have formulated ...
[Added: 29 Oct 2005   Hits: 225   Words: 398]

4.Why Companies Perform Random Drug Testing
Perhaps the most controversial of all drug screenings is the random drug test. Employers have the legal authority to request a random drug test, whether they have a reasonable suspicion or not. Many companies have implemented a policy of completely random drug ...
[Added: 28 Sep 2005   Hits: 234   Words: 414]

5.The Importance of Employee Drug Testing
Employers entrust their workers with a vast array of responsibilities in their businesses. Many employers feel it is necessary for prospective employees to submit to a pre-employment drug screening. This is especially true in industries that require the use of heavy machinery such ...
[Added: 06 Sep 2005   Hits: 175   Words: 320]