Category: News

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Partnered ATS – Peopleclick Authoria

April 22, 2011 By

Peopleclick Authoria is transforming Talent Management through best-of-breed technology and expertise.

Online Solutions

Partnered ATS – Taleo business edition

April 21, 2011 By

Using an intuitive interface with Microsoft Outlook®, you can use Taleo Recruit to manage your requisitions, candidates, interviews, and contacts.


Marijuana remains drug most commonly detected among D.C. juvenile arrestees

April 14, 2011 By

Marijuana continues to be the drug most commonly detected among Washington, D.C. juvenile arrestees.


DEA to hold second National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

April 1, 2011 By

On Saturday, April 30th, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. local time, DEA and its community partners will hold the 2nd National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

Drug Testing

Florida governor signs state worker random testing order

March 29, 2011 By

Governor Rick Scott of Florida signed an executive order requiring all prospective state employees to submit to a drug test


World’s most admired companies in 2011

March 14, 2011 By

Quest Diagnostics recently announced that it has been included on FORTUNE magazine’s 2011 “World’s Most Admired Companies” list.


Chemicals used in spice/k2 type products now under federal regulation

March 8, 2011 By

Today, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration exercised its emergency scheduling authority to control five chemicals used to make K2 and spice.


Impacts of panel changes – The first three months

January 25, 2011 By

In November we published this article which discussed the preliminary impacts of the HHS panel changes on drug test positivity.


National impaired driving prevention month

December 21, 2010 By

President Barack Obama, recently issued a Presidential Proclamation declaring December, 'National Impaired Driving Prevention Month.'


Drug use among fatally injured drivers

December 3, 2010 By

This report shows "an increase in the level of drug involvement among fatally injured drivers over a five-year period from 2005 to 2009."