Tag: Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index

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Employers paying the price of substance abuse

May 9, 2017 By

Employers can now calculate the cost of substance abuse on their businesses with the Substance Use Cost Calculator.

Marijuana

Webinar: Weeding out the facts recap

February 21, 2017 By

Laws do not require employers to accommodate on-duty drug use or prohibit taking action if an employee is working under the influence of marijuana.

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Revisions to Federal workplace drug testing

February 10, 2017 By

HHS revised its mandatory guidelines to expand federal urine drug testing to include hydrocodone, hydromorphone, oxycodone, and oxymorphone.

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.

Marijuana

Webinar: Marijuana & the workplace

January 9, 2017 By

Industry experts help to separate marijuana fact from fiction in the legal and scientific landscapes.

By the Numbers

Post-accident positivity climbs among American workers

January 4, 2017 By

Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index data shows a significant increase in positive post-accident drug tests in the American workforce.

By the Numbers

By the Numbers: Heroin positivity continues to rise

December 15, 2016 By

Heroin positivity increased 146% between 2011 and 2015 in the general U.S. workforce according to the Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index.

International testing

Navigating global drug testing webinar highlights

December 14, 2016 By

Quest Diagnostics experts clear the path towards creating a successful, drug-free workplace program abroad.

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Drug and alcohol clearinghouse aims to make roads safer

December 8, 2016 By

FMCSA final rule will keep drivers that violate drug and alcohol testing requirements from operating a CMV with different employers.

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Shortage of drug-free job applicants

December 2, 2016 By

Many businesses are finding it increasingly difficult to find applicants who can pass a pre-employment drug test.