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Drug Testing

Workplace safety and your company’s reputation

June 23, 2022

For employers focused on workplace safety the message is a simple one drug testing has never been more important than it is today.

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Workforce Drug Test Positivity Climbs to Highest Level in Two Decades

March 31, 2022

Quest Diagnostics released the latest findings from the Drug Testing Index™ (DTI). This report reveals drug use trends among the American workforce.

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Drug positivity rates continue at historically high levels

May 26, 2021 By

Marijuana positivity continues double-digit increases to keep overall drug positivity at historically high levels, according to the latest Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index.

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What’s the purpose of drug testing?

December 1, 2020 By

Drug tests have been characterized by some as “big brother” practices, but it’s hard to imagine an employer open to having alcohol and drug use at work.

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Pre-employment drug testing

September 10, 2020 By

Pre-employment drug screening, the most common reason for drug testing, takes place as part of the hiring process.

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Drug use rises again in the American workforce

August 25, 2020 By

Drug positivity in 2019 hit a 16-year high in the US workforce, according to the latest Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index.

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Workforce drug testing 101

August 18, 2020 By

Whether you are a novice or expert, we provide insights about how to create and maintain an effective workforce drug testing program.

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Cincinnati: A 7-day look into heroin addiction

September 29, 2017 By

In Cincinnati, 60 journalists, photographers, and videographers sought out to document the life of those affected by heroin and opioids.

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Addiction recovery: A celebration of life

September 6, 2017 By

National Recovery Month in September raises awareness about substance use disorders and celebrate individuals in recovery.

By the Numbers

Data shows escalating drug use in the U.S. workforce

January 24, 2017 By

Typically, there is at least 30 percent more self-reported drug use by people who work for an employer without a drug testing program.