Filed under Hiring Workers. Fact checked on May 25, 2012.
State laws may regulate and limit an employer's ability to use drug and alcohol testing for employment purposes. Conversely, state law may mandate the testing of certain employees and applicants.
State laws vary regarding the administering and use of drug and alcohol testing for employment purposes. You can click on your state on the map to see whether your state has a law on the subject of employee and job applicant drug and alcohol testing and, if so, the limitations and requirements that apply.
If you are considering the use of drug and alcohol testing in your hiring process, consult your legal advisor.
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