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Retailers Can Prevent Employee Theft with 3 Simple Policy Solutions

Posted on Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

When goods go missing, who is responsible – shoplifters or employees? Most employers would typically shift the blame for their negative balance sheets to consumers, but the statistical data challenges that opinion. The U.S. Department of Commerce estimates that up to $40 billion is stolen by employees on an annual basis. Most crimes (roughly 75%) read the full article.

What Is an Immunoassay (IA) Drug Test?

Posted on Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

Immunoassay (IA) Drug Tests are commonly used to help detect drug use in the workplace. The screening method is a biochemical test, using the reactions of an antibody or antibodies to the drug in question. Here’s how it works: Understanding Immunoassay (IA) Drug Tests without a Degree in Biochemistry We all have antibodies in our read the full article.

Will Congressman Stephen Fincher’s Bill Lead States to Drug Test Welfare Recipients?

Posted on Wednesday, May 15th, 2013

Recipients of funding through the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program will take note of a bill introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives as of March, 2013. The bill was brought to the House by Representative Stephen Fincher and proposes to drug test 20% of TANF recipients. As the piece of legislature stands, read the full article.

What Is a Wet Chemical Colorimetric Drug Test?

Posted on Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

Wet chemical colorimetric assays are commonly used to determine illegal drug use. They are popularly used by drug enforcement officials because they are easy to use, have a long shelf life and are comparatively inexpensive. They are also lightweight and portable. To understand how they work, we have broken down the test into individual terms. read the full article.

Welfare Drug Testing Repealed in Florida

Posted on Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

Last month, we informed you about a recent change in federal law. The piece of legislation was passed in February, 2012, giving states the power to administer drug tests to welfare recipients. The law did not require drug testing. It merely opened the door for states to require welfare recipients submit to testing. A number read the full article.

The Internet – a New Era in Drug Culture

Posted on Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

The Internet has done more for drug culture than enable online purchases of drug tests. It has also been used as a powerful drug distribution tool. Thousands of websites have opened digital storefronts. These shell out controlled substances with little or no authentication required. Overview of the Illegal Online Drug Market According to the National read the full article.

Is It Fair When Drug Tests Look for Metabolites Instead of Controlled Substances?

Posted on Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

In order to be convicted of a crime, you need to be proven guilty “beyond reasonable doubt.” With that in mind, how can employees potentially lose their jobs when the residuals of a drug are found in their bloodstream, as opposed to the drug itself? What Is a Metabolite, and Why Can’t I Buy It? read the full article.

The Black Letter Law of Drug Testing Protocol

Posted on Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

Drug testing is not an art; it is a hard science. In order for test results to be reliable, the method needs to be airtight, and the execution needs to be flawless because any mistake can be used to nullify the results in court. Prosecution Relies on the Legitimacy of Drug Test Results National League read the full article.

Energy Drinks and Cigarettes – Which Is Worse?

Posted on Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

Energy drinks, such as Monster Beverages, Red Bull, and 5-Hour Energy, may not be controlled yet, but who’s to say they will not be in the future? Last October, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) initiated a probe into Monster Beverage Corporation. This was followed by discussions in the Chicago legislature regarding the restriction or read the full article.

Benefits of a Workplace Drug Policy

Posted on Wednesday, March 27th, 2013

Workplace drug policies are not mandated by any government entity, but many small firms instill and enforce their rules about drug-use. Despite the awkwardness surrounding the issue, those employers who have constructed their policies do so for good reason. Impact of Drugs on the Workplace Even if an employee does not come to work under read the full article.

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