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EMPLOYMENT DRUG TESTING

Executive Director Bob Wright gives insight into the four most useful forms of employment drug testing.

  1. Pre Employment Drug Testing
  2. Reasonable Suspicion Drug Testing
  3. Random Drug Testing
  4. Post Accident Drug Testing

 BEST RATES FOR DRUG TESTING

The benefits of Pre employment drug testing are immeasurable. Through years of experience in the industry, Employment Screening Services has been able to sustain some of the best rates throughout the country for employment drug testing.

PRE EMPLOYMENT DRUG TESTING

The first type of drug testing employers should look at is pre employment drug testing. A few benefits of administering a pre employment drug test are better job candidates, a safer workplace, a higher morale code, & knowing your new hire is drug free, of course.

POST EMPLOYMENT DRUG TESTING

Once your new hire is verified as drug free, you know you’ve made the right choice. However, what about new employees that believe they are home free after passing a pre employment drug test? Reasonable suspicion drug testing, random drug testing, and post accident drug testing are methods used by employers to maintain the feeling of honesty and integrity of the employee.

Contact Info

Employment Screening Services, LLC
PO Box 1108
Williamsville, NY 14231

Phone: 1-800-345-7715
Fax: 716.332.2276

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