FORM: Drug and Alcohol Policy

Guerin, Lisa
May 2013
Essential Guide to Workplace Investigations;2013, pF10
A form showing a promissory note for a drug and alcohol policy at workplace is presented which appears in the book "Essential Guide to Workplace Investigations." The required information includes the names of the person to be contacted for information on employee assistance program (EAP) and rehabilitation program coordinator.


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