By Bill Current, president and founder of the Current Consulting Group and publisher of Current Compliance* Drug abuse is up. Positive drug test results are up. The number of companies testing for marijuana is down. We know this from three major...
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By Penny Horton, SHRM-SCP, Executive Management and Human Resources Consultant email@example.com By now, we have all heard terms like the great resignation and the great reprioritization, as well as a whole litany of arguments on all sides of the debate...
By Christine Tatum, CEO of Media Salad,Inc. I am not a drug-testing professional. I do not keep the federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's website bookmarked. I have no testing companies, specimen collectors or Medical Review Officers on speed dial. And when I...
By Michael Watson, Chief Revenue Officer, EVP, SOBRsafe COVID caused the world to coin a relatively new phrase seldom used before – “new normal.” And it quickly became applicable to the drug and alcohol testing industry as countless numbers of employers scrambled to...
by Lynn Collins, owner, Southern New Hampshire Drug Testing, LLC No other experience has taught me more about the critical importance of doing your research when it comes to purchasing testing products than my mission to offer reliable, safe and efficient COVID...
By Bill Current, president and founder of the Current Consulting Group and publisher of Current Compliance* State drug testing laws can be complicated. Why? First, because there are so many of them. Second, because there are various kinds. For instance, there are:...
By Lauren Batzer, Marketing and Communications Manager, Working Partners® It’s not uncommon to hear people talk about grabbing a few drinks to decompress after a long day of work. And with all the stress people have been experiencing because of COVID, it’s not...
By Bill Current, founder of Current Consulting Group. Originally prepared for and published by PBSA in the Sept-Oct 2021 edition of the Journal. Read the full issue here. Which drug testing method—urine, oral fluid or hair—is best at detecting marijuana and...
By Tyler Weston, President and Chief Operating Officer for The Noble Group. “All available units respond to 123 Main Street… [YOUR BUSINESS]… shots fired, multiple victims with gunshot wounds, respond code 3.” Speaking from experience, this is one of the most chilling...
By Jan Kornmann, CEO/Owner of KorManagement Services Can you believe it? Drug testing is 30 years old! Well, it’s really older than that, but it was 30 years ago when the Omnibus Transportation Act of 1991, the U.S. federal regulation that requires drug and alcohol...
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