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5 Costly Misconceptions of a Drug-Free Workplace

Drug and alcohol abuse has devastating effects on families across the U.S. As seen in the current opioid epidemic sweeping the country, many businesses do not go unscathed, either. Drug and alcohol abuse during or prior to work, can negatively affect productivity, revenue, and—even worse—put your other employees in danger.
We’ve seen the effects firsthand, but misconceptions linger for many employers. The decision to create a drug-free workplace program should be an easy one, but these mistaken beliefs often cloud judgment on the matter. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the five most common misconceptions we hear when business owners create their drug-free workplace policies and program.

Download the free guide to read the top 5 misconceptions and the reasons behind these mistaken beliefs. It may be time to examine the unspoken paradigms of your workplace and create new opportunities for increasing safety and productivity, & reducing liability. 

 

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