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Drug Testing

Employees do have certain privacy rights, however, many companies require drug testing as part of the job. This is especially true for positions where employees handle sensitive information or need to exercise good judgment. As such, drug testing has become a relatively common practice at many places of employment and can sometimes be required before an applicant can start their job. Below you can find out more about drug testing laws that may apply, as well as possible limits on employers' ability to require a prospective or current employee to be tested. This way, you can be prepared if your boss asks you to do something illegal.

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