Author: Brie Edmonds
Excuses for positive drug tests
The most common excuses for why people fail drug tests include claims about second-hand smoke or accidental consumption. Arm yourself with knowledge to deter cheating.
I’m there: Liz Vokolek
Liz Vokolek believes that by personally owning the problem and the solution, we can create a more productive work environment and a better customer experience.
America’s top beer-drinking holiday
July 4th is a day we celebrate our nations independence. Americans spent more than $1 billion on beer and an estimated $568 million in wine in 2016.
I’m there: Lori Reinhardt
Lori Reinhardt believes that by working together we’re better positioned to overcome obstacles and resolve challenges. In this month’s feature of our “I’m There” series, Lori gives us her take on what ‘we’re there when you need’ us means to her. Read the full story.
Our littlest addicts
Our country struggles with an opioid crisis and, unfortunately, adults are not the only ones impacted. According to Reuters Investigates, a baby is born dependent on opioids every 19 minutes and the number of children born with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) is rising.
Valentine’s Day: Chocolate, flowers, and… cocaine?
Seventy-five percent of flowers sold in the U.S. are imported from Colombia and 90% of cocaine comes from Colombia as well. Coincidence?
Advancing our online solutions
To continue our commitment to excellence, we recently asked our active users for their feedback and perspectives on the system. Here is what they had to say.
What was in that brownie?
Consumption of marijuana edibles is becoming more common in the growing number of states that have legalized the drug's use.
DEA proposal to curb production of prescription drugs
On August 7, 2017 the DEA published a proposal to limit the manufacturing of several controlled substances starting in 2018.