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Marijuana in the Workplace: How It’s Changing the Drug Screening Process

Despite the debates in the headlines and the legalization of some kinds of marijuana use in certain states, federally, marijuana is still considered an illegal substance by the US Controlled Substances Act. However, 33 states have legalized marijuana use for medicinal or recreational purposes, and there is growing support among some for legalizing marijuana in other states. Given this trend, there are important implications for the use of marijuana in the workplace as well as for employment drug screening. 
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Marijuana in the Workplace: How It’s Changing the Drug Screening Process

Despite the debates in the headlines and the legalization of some kinds of marijuana use in certain states, federally, marijuana is still considered an illegal substance by the Read More

What’s the Difference Between Database Court Searches and Actual Court Searches?

Court searches are an effective way to get an accurate picture of an individual’s background as well as any current or pending criminal actions. There are two kinds of court searches: database court search...

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How Far Back Should a Background Search Go?

The industry-wide norm is to conduct a background search for the last seven years. Depending on what is searched, a longer time frame may be both allowable by law and advisable based on the circumstances o...

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