Under the Influence?: Drugs and the American Work Force
Jacques Normand, Richard O. Lempert
National Academies Press, Jan 15, 1994 - Medical - 308 pages
Drug use in the workplace, its effect on performance and safety, and the role of workplace drug testing has received much attention in the popular press. But what do we actually know about this troubling issue?
With an extensive and readable overview of the literature, the committee presents what we do know by examining the major issues:
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