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Work drug test question

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by Jr.9109, Nov 22, 2014.

  1. This is about how to pass a drug test.
    So anyways basically I got a new job today doing what I'm going to school for (clutch) I was never asked to take a drug test or had to sign a drug test form. What I want to know , I've heard that if there is no form and nothing said about a drug test when you are offered the job, they can legally not send you for a drug test at any time after you accepted the job offer. Correct?

  2. "There are some legal constraints on testing employees for drug usage in most private employment jobs. In some states, companies cannot conduct blanket drug tests of all employees or random drug tests; the testing must be focused on an individual, either because the employer has a good reason to believe that person is using drugs or because the person's job carries a high risk of injury or damage if performed by someone who is under the influence.
    Courts have generally ruled that companies may test employees after an accident that could have been caused by drug use or an incident in which the employee appeared to be impaired. For example, a bulldozer operator who swerved the machine illogically through a field crowded with workers could be the legal target of drug testing. And a legal secretary found slumped at her desk, unable to respond cogently to questions asked of her, was also considered fair game for a drug test."

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