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In almost every career job before a new employee is hired drug testing is administered However many jobs stop at that point not believing or choosing to ignore the fact that employees may be using drugs Random drug testing in the work place is a good practice Although people complain that it is a violation of privacy companies have a business to run and dont need the responsibility or the hassle of a drug addicted employee Drugs change behavior and limit the ability to accurately complete tasks There is also evidence that drug dependant employees use more sick leave and medical benefits than other employees This is a cost to the employer in many different aspects They have to pay out for medical expenses of the employee and sick absences can mean less or inadequate production for that day No matter what the job calls for whether its flipping burgers or working in a factory missing people cause the company to work harder to make up for the addict whos absent Poor judgment and impaired motor functions mean an accident-prone employee Operating a complex piece of machinery while impaired by drugs poses serious risks to others Would anyone want to get into a plane if they knew that their pilot had just done a hit of Acid Acid is a hallucinogen and no one would want to fly in a plane if the pilot was seeing mountains that moved in front of the plane wherever it went but really werent there That would be a scary ride Airline pilots air traffic controllers train operators taxi drivers and bus drivers are only a few examples of occupations where even the slightest bit of drug use could be life threatening for all those involved Factory workers are not an exception There are huge machines in a factory that when operated by an impaired employee could cause the loss of a limb or
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