First Choice Drug Testing

Whether your business has 10 employees or 10,000, you depend on them to run your entire operation. In order to run an effective business, you have to give the members of your team the tools and access that they need to do their jobs. They are often entrusted with sensitive information, access to company assets, and keys to the building. And they are also the face of your company when dealing with customers and people in the community. With so much at stake, you owe it to yourself to maintain a “trust, but verify” policy with all existing personnel and new hires.

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Workplace drug testing programs are an effective way to reduce your company’s risk to the consequences of illegal drug use by employees. Employees are notified of screening procedures when they first apply for employment, and agree to submit for additional testing as required. Most employees willingly comply with your screening policies, but there are also many who are prepared to resort to some shady actions to conceal their recreational drug use.

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The last thing an employed drug user wants to do is pee in a cup. They will go to extreme lengths to defraud or not take the drug test. Their livelihood is on the line. We often tell stories about someone trying to pass off someone else’s urine as their own, but what if they don’t have a chance to get clean pee? What if the drug test is unannounced? What if they are escorted to take a test or a collector comes to their work to test them?

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We’re currently dealing with the lengthiest health crisis in the history of our country, and it’s never been more challenging to run a business. Companies are having to operate with as few employees as possible, and many are busy playing catch-up dealing with our transition to our “new normal.” Good people are always hard to find, and it’s crucial to learn as much as you can about prospective employees before making your hiring decisions.

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