Thought Leadership / News
February 25, 2011 
 Thought Leadership
Employee Drug Testing
Gray Reed's Employer Handbook

The need to test an employee for drugs doesn't come up very often, but when it does, employers tend not to act. They have the desire, but employers just don't know if it is legal. Erring on the side of caution employers often do nothing until the problem metastasizes into an emergency in the form of an accident or a violent episode.

You don't have to wonder. In this month's piece you'll learn how to put an appropriate policy in place to protect yourself in case this ever happens in your business.

Click here to access this month's edition of the Employer Handbook. I hope you find it useful!