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Drug Testing Does it Deter AbuseDrug testing in the work place is on a rise Most companies are doing this because it is good for public relations and it is also good for an insurance decrease The concepts of drug testing have become an increased concern for many companies in the more recent years More companies are beginning to use it and more people are having problems with it The big question here is does it deter abuse For some people drug testing is an invasion of privacy and for others it is a good way to start another type of drug Crawford 15 There are two types of addiction mental and physical These are two very serious addictions For many the physical addiction is the easy part and for others it isnt same for the mental addiction For one person to just stop doing drugs after doing them for however long is not as easy as it seems Most people feel like they need to do something that will give them the same kind of high without it showing up on the drug test Crawford 2526 This type of behavior can lead to a more serious drug problemThe tests are now seen as a way to stop drug abuse in the workplace It is also seen as a way to enhance drug usage For most they are willing to quit in return for their paycheck For those who are seriously addicted to any kind of illegal drug this is the most challenging task to come to terms with on straight reality For the people who are having problems quitting the addiction they shift their abuse to another substance Alcoholism is a growing addiction because it is the most accessible and legal May 4 In the 1960 and 1970s men and women work long strenuous hours without taking drugs For many struggling workers these hours were hard to handle without taking drugs The use of
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