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19 Aug 2014
So, you have implemented drug screening in your business, and have the good sense to check out Mediscreen’s onsite drug testing and alcohol testing services, and you have all of your drug screening needs take care of. You are strong and safe in your decisions, and everything is going okay.

Now what? What do you do now that you have everything set up, and after you have run through the process several times?

First of all, if you have not yet experienced workplace drug testing with Mediscreen, go ahead and wait until you’ve done a few rounds of testing with us, first. Make sure that you understand all of the information presented in our reports, and that you can read them fully and accurately. During this time, feel free to contact us as many times as you need to in order to understand the process.

Now, you have run through our scheduling and experience with our company a few times, and it is now necessary to plan what you are going to do with the information you have collected from your drug testing equipment.

To begin with, remember that everyone is likely to get caught at work abusing substances from zero to one times, just because not everyone know how far these rules of yours will be enforced. They wish to know what can be done and how far they are allowed to go.

By the time you see a second infraction by a specific employee, there is cause for concern. In fact, many companies make the second infract the limit of their policy, and the employee is then fired. Some companies give three chances, and some give only one chance.

It cannot matter how bad an employee is grieving over the loss of a loved one or is going through a really bad/dark time in their lives, by the third infraction, such a blatant disregard and disrespect for the rules as defined by your company policy has been shown that they must leave. It is not a matter of giving them another chance or not doing so. It is a matter of protecting the employees who are able to show up to their jobs and produce work for your company.

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