Drug Testing At Work: A Guide for Employers and Employees

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Ronin Publishing, Oct 16, 1998 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
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The new edition provides reliable, current information on the legal issues and the technology of drug testing in the workplace, and shows step-by-step how to set up a testing program.
 

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Potter and Orfali's book on this important topic is a mixed bag. It consists of sometimes inaccurate information on the history and present status of drug use and testing in America (claiming cocaine ... Read full review

Contents

Drug Usage Past And Present
1
Social Cost Of Drug Abuse
13
Drug Use On The Job
23
Employer Liability
35
DrugFree Workplace Becomes Law
43
Search And Seizure
51
Right To Privacy
63
SelfIncrimination And Due Process
71
Picking Tests And Selecting Labs
153
Responding To Positive Results
163
Employee Assistance Programs
177
Protecting Employee Rights
185
Getting Union Support
197
How Employees Beat The Test
201
How Employees Foil The Paperwork
211
National Drug Control Strategy
215

Discrimination
79
Drug Abuse Prevention
87
Deciding To Test
93
Reasons For Drug Testing
101
Establishing A DrugTesting Policy
107
What Is Tested
113
Testing Technology
123
Drug Testing Basics
135
Problems With Drug Testing
145
Sample Alcohol And Drug Abuse Policy
217
Sample Policy For State Employers
229
Bargaining Unit Agreement
245
Drug Testing Web Sites
257
BIBLIOGRAPHY
259
Index
270
Ronin Books for Independent Minds
280
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