Skids Up Posted September 10, 2011 Report Share Posted September 10, 2011 If an employer notices something that is an issue get rid of the employee. Don't trample on everyone's rights just to "feel good" about getting rid of a problem. There has to be trust in this world, and testing everyone makes it known the employer does not trust its own employees. Hard to 'get rid' of somebody just because you think you 'notice something' about an individual these days. So if an employer 'trusts' you to fly/fix his equipment, what assurance do you give that you are not drug influenced? I would think that the abuse of drugs/alcohol in the workplace has been far worse that employers abusing the drug testing. It would seem that IF an employee didn't come to the workplace under the influence, there would be no need for testing. I think the 'trust' has been abused too much to be trusted anymore... Unfortunately, (because of the actions of some), many may be tested to get the few, but what other choices are there? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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