New White Paper: Drug Screening Compliance-Why You Should Care

December 12, 2017 |

The legal liability for workplace drug testing lies squarely with the employer. Keeping up with the different and ever-changing laws around workplace drug screening can be a daunting task. Laws change and it is important to keep track of the ones that may affect your program in every state that your company does business. It is essential that employers understand the nuances of the different laws that apply to their workplace.

Over the last 40 years, workplace drug testing laws have grown dramatically, from 12 state laws and approximately 100 court cases to over 600 state laws and regulations and more than 12,000 court and agency decisions that impact our workplace. In 2017 alone, a slew of workplace drug testing compliance changes have been enacted. Do you know all of the federal and state-specific rules that impact your program and the impact they have on your organization? How does a company keep up?

In its continuing effort to keep its clients out of harm’s way, Cisive created this comprehensive White Paper which discusses the ever-changing drug screening compliance minefield and how you can create a legally compliant screening policy for your company. Some of the topics covered include:

  1. Why you should conduct drug screening
  2. Federal, state, ADA, EEOC, OSHA, and medical marijuana legal constraints to be aware of
  3. Lawsuits and fines
  4. How to ensure compliance

To learn more about drug screening compliance in the workplace, click here to download Cisive’s White Paper, Drug Screening Compliance: Why You Should Care

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