- THE WHO, HOW, WHEN, AND WHY OF DRUG TESTING. Johnson, Alicia // Management Review;Apr88, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p10
Discusses the controversy in the United States of whether or not drug testing is an effective tool for confronting drug-related job impairment. Limitations of preemployment screening; Categories of screening methods; Immunoassay tests; Thin-layer chromatography.
- Privacy. Alderman, Ellen; Kennedy, Caroline // Across the Board;Mar1996, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p32
Focuses on employee monitoring. Drug testing of employees; Electronic surveillance; Off-duty behavior.
- In the Background. Pamplin, Claire // Convenience Store News;10/22/2000, Vol. 36 Issue 13, p220
Reports that United States convenience stores, such as Quick Chek, do background checks in addition to drug testing on job applicants. Need to create a drug-free workplace; Zero-tolerance policy for workers caught with positive results; Screening out of applicants with prior convictions for...
- Are Your Employee Drug Tests Accurate? Cadrain, Diane // HR Magazine;Jan2003, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p40
Deals with the use of fake devices and products by employees to be able to beat companies' drug tests. Reasons of employers for conducting drug tests; Characteristics of drug abusers according to the American Council on Drug Education; Impact of drug abusers on other employees. INSET: How to...
- Blowing Smoke. // Skiing;Dec2000, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p48
Discusses issues surrounding the decision of several ski resorts to drop their pre-employment drug screen requirement. Public safety issue; Local economy issue.
- TO TEST OR NOT TO TEST: DRUGS AND THE WORKPLACE. Greenberg, Eric Rolfe // Management Review;Jan87, Vol. 76 Issue 1, p18
Discusses the use of drug testing in pre-employment screening in the United States. Survey of the 'Fortune' 100 industrial corporations on how they are responding to substance abuse; Concern over developing and redesigning testing policies at the corporate level; Warning against hasty and...
- Labor law. // Reporter;Mar90, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p21
Focuses on labor law in the United States, highlighting the Supreme Court's ruling in the case of Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins, 109. Ct. 1775, 49 F.E.P. Cases 954 (1989), involving a Title VII plaintiff who establishes both legitimate and illegitimate motives in a contested employment decision. ...
- Waiver of discrimination claims upheld. Lissy, William E. // Supervision;Nov96, Vol. 57 Issue 11, p17
Presents cases of labor law pertaining to supervisors in the United States. Upholding of the waiver of discrimination claims by the Supreme Court in the case of `Spink versus Lockheed Corp.'; Firing of an employee for lying about hitting a co-employee; Improper suspension of an employee by a...
- Union-free statements in employee handbooks. Lissy, William E. // Supervision;Mar90, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p22
Focuses on labor-related cases of interest to industrial supervisors. Union-free statements in employee handbooks; Reporting of absences to a leadperson instead of a supervisor; Double jeopardy in discipline cases.