Can Employers Drug Test On-Site?
- October 10, 2020
- Posted by: Andrew Easler
- Category: DOT Urine, Testing
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Recently, the Supreme Court of Ohio resolved the question of whether an at-will employee has a cause of action for invasion of privacy against its private employer for requiring the employee to submit a urine sample under the direct-observation method. The case of Lunsford v. Sterilite of Ohio, LLC involved two employees and two formerOctober 25, 2020 Read more
Drug tests are used to detect the presence of illegal or prescription drugs. Employers may require job applicants and employees to submit to drug testing either during the hiring process or after being hired. There are several reasons to test, the most common reasons include: pre-employment, random, reasonable suspicion/for-cause, and post-accident drug testing. Unique toOctober 3, 2020 Read more
Many employers are coming to understand the benefits of drug testing employees with in-house drug testing. Going to third parties for drug and alcohol testing is often unnecessarily time-consuming, risky, and expensive. Third party testing can be the cause of delays which ultimately negatively affects the performance of the organization and may leave it inSeptember 12, 2020 Read more