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A Look at Drug Testing, Privacy Rights and Last Chance Agreements

My employee provided a doctor’s note for recent time off that included information that he was out due to “cocaine poisoning.” With this information,...

On-Site Drug Testing: Remember to Support Need, Confidentiality

We’ve been bringing our employees back into the office, and pursuant to our “reasonable suspicion” drug testing, would like to conduct in-house drug testing....

New Rule Bans Retaliatory Drug Testing of Employees Who Report Injury

Our company has a mandatory drug testing policy in the event of an accident/injury. Does the new federal regulation incorporated into the record-keeping requirements...

Employers Can Keep Drug-Free Workplace, Despite Weed Legalization

With the new law in California legalizing marijuana, what are our obligations and rights? California’s new law on recreational marijuana can create some difficulties for...

Federal Court: Current Drug Use Not Protected Under Disabilities Act

A recent federal court decision is a good reminder that applicants or employees who currently use illegal drugs or marijuana or abuse alcohol are...

Positive Drug Test Results Hit 12-Year High

American workers tested positive for illicit drugs at the highest rate in 12 years, according to an analysis of more than 10 million workforce...

Obtaining Information on Minors Subject to Special Restrictions

Can we do a background check on a minor? A background check may involve different issues, so it is important to know who you are...

Employers Should Have Reasonable Suspicion for Drug Testing Workers

Can I drug test my employee who is acting strangely and not answering questions correctly? His behavior is very suspicious. Every California employer can require...