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We dissect stories that play out in the media from a legal perspective, respond to the inquiries we know many of our students have and assess the impact of new laws and regulations on specific industries.

Why Urgent Care Centers Should Offer Drug Testing

Why Urgent Care Centers Should Offer Drug Testing

Urgent care centers are well known for being the first place people turn to for quick medical assistance. When most people think of urgent care centers, they automatically assume that they only offer treatment for non-life-threatening medical conditions. However,...

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Reasonable Suspicion Checklist for DOT-Regulated Employers

Reasonable Suspicion Checklist for DOT-Regulated Employers

If you are looking for a reasonable suspicion checklist, you have come to the right place, but first, let's explain what reasonable suspicion is and why you need a checklist. In the United States of America (U.S.), reasonable suspicion drug testing is commonly used by...

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Is Online Training Effective?

Is Online Training Effective?

In the 21st century, online training is becoming more and more popular because learning in person is becoming more and more difficult for companies due to training costs increasing each year and training room space a premium at most companies, training firms are...

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What is a Train-the-Trainer Course?

What is a Train-the-Trainer Course?

A train-the-trainer is a course that has been designed to train someone who will then train others. The trainee could be an individual or a group of people (i.e., employees), and it could be in-person or online learning. This type of training is quite common,...

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Why is Reasonable Suspicion Training Required?

Why is Reasonable Suspicion Training Required?

With reasonable suspicion drug testing, DOT regulations set the standard for what constitutes reasonable suspicion and acceptable protocols. It is important to know these guidelines in order to remain compliant with DOT standards and avoid costly fines. In case you...

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Reasonable Suspicion in The Workplace

Reasonable Suspicion in The Workplace

Each year millions of U.S. workers suffer some type of accident or injury while on the job – a small number that can be attributed to alcohol and drug use. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 16 million American adults (7%) are currently using illegal...

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Diversifying a Practice with Drug Testing

Diversifying a Practice with Drug Testing

Opening an individual practice can be incredibly rewarding. Whether you are a chiropractor, a physician, or some other medical professional running their own practice, you also know the struggles of trying to keep a practice open and busy. While looking within your...

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A Model for Change from the Inside: the Elizabeth Dole Story

A Model for Change from the Inside: the Elizabeth Dole Story

In celebration of International Women’s Day (IWD) and Women’s History Month, we honor Senator Elizabeth Dole, an influential American leader who was an early champion for gender equality and a trailblazing role model for women across the nation. Her career...

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Can Employers Drug Test On-Site?

Can Employers Drug Test On-Site?

Companies often have a duty to test their employees for recreational and illegal substances to ensure that they (and their colleagues) remain safe on-site. However, management and supervisors frequently wonder what legal rights they have to conduct testing and how...

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Can an Employer Make an Employee pay for a Drug Test?

Can an Employer Make an Employee pay for a Drug Test?

Drug tests are used to detect the presence of illegal or prescription drugs.[1] Employers may require job applicants and employees to submit to drug testing either during the hiring process or after being hired. There are several reasons to test, the most common...

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