What Does Pre-Employment Drug Screening Mean?

What Does Pre-Employment Drug Screening Mean?

If you’re in the process of looking for a new job, then you know the application process at most companies can be lengthy. Corporations are in the practice of getting detailed information on you such as doing a criminal background check, verifying previous addresses and even looking into your social media profiles. Part of the…

Failing a drug test can drastically reduce your chances of getting hired, but not entirely

Failing a drug test can drastically reduce your chances of getting hired, but not entirely

Anyone applying for a job and who fails a mandatory drug test is highly unlikely to get hired. If a company is spending money and taking the time to test a prospective employee for drugs, the chances they will ignore a failed test and hire anyway are slim. Does that mean it is game over?…

What does a drug screening mean?

What does a drug screening mean?

If you are applying for a job, participating as a professional athlete, or are involved in a legal case, a request to participate in a drug screening could be issued. Drug screening tests measure the levels of specific substances within an individual’s body. Substances tested for are alcohol and illegal substances, such as opioids, amphetamines,…

Do all businesses do background checks?

Do all businesses do background checks?

Nowadays, almost every company will run a background check on people before hiring them. The number one reason they do so is for safety. The National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) performed a survey on this topic and we’ve broken down the highlights. The research included why or why not companies conduct background checks,…