Drug Testing & Background Reporting
Employee screening is a core component of selecting new personnel. Pre-employment drug testing helps prevent the hiring of individuals who abuse drugs and is most often performed as a part of the job application process.
Drug Free Compliance understands that every business and workforce is unique, that every employer should make a careful determination about the drug testing program elements that are most beneficial for their workplace.
Drug Free Compliance serves mid sized business with prompt, accurate reporting in legal compliance with state and federal regulations. Substance abuse takes a heavy toll on American businesses and we take our role of helping businesses protect their workspaces very seriously.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, drug use in the workplace costs employers $81 billion annually. Left unchecked, drug abuse can seriously compromise the integrity and stability of your workplace.
Drug testing improves team building, employee morale and productivity while decreasing turnover, complaints, absenteeism, work-site accidents, ‘sick’ time, and dishonesty. Drug testing makes the workplace safer and increases employee confidence. Knowing a drug-testing system is in place generally helps employees be more productive because they do not have to fear a drug- or alcohol-related incident jeopardizing their welfare in any way. Some employers opt to refer anyone testing positive to a drug treatment program so that employee has a better opportunity to become productive again.
DRUG FREE COMPLIANCE, INC.
LOU ANN LaBOHN, CEO
Box 933 Lake Worth FL 33460 US
WHY DRUG TEST? COMMON REASONS FOR DRUG TESTING INCLUDE:
- Pre-employment drug test
- Random drug tests
- Reasonable drug use suspicion
- Post-accident drug use
- Return-to-duty drug clearance
- Follow-up drug testing