Webinar: avoid 12 common (and costly) mistakes

Maximize the effectiveness of your substance abuse prevention program

According to the U.S. government, 11 percent of the full-time adult workforce regularly engages in illegal drug use. Substance abuse can pose many serious risks for employers including increased losses in productivity, absenteeism, turnover, and accidents. More companies are implementing comprehensive substance abuse prevention policies and programs that – even in good faith – may leave them vulnerable to lawsuits and may undermine the intended effect of deterrence.

Learn how to avoid the pitfalls and maximize the overall effectiveness of your program in this archived webinar presented by Mark A. de Bernardo, a Senior Partner at the national law firm of Jackson Lewis. He is a nationally recognized expert in workplace drug testing and is the founder and Executive Director of the Institute for a Drug-Free Workplace.

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