Drug testing: to do and not to do

BY G. PATRICK CIVILLE

 

Imagine you have a small company of about 20 employees. Your business consists mostly of office workers, but you have a small warehouse in which you use a forklift and one small delivery van. One day a member of the cleaning crew comes to you and says she was cleaning the employee break room and found a small baggie with some sticky white substance and a glass pipe.

Even the most innocent of you, without any training or personal experience to draw upon, will suspect that your cleaner probably found remnants of drug . . .

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