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Article

Publication Date

1993

Abstract

The results of empirical studies of small and large businesses parallel each other regarding the characteristics of drug policies. Drug policies affect organizational performance, including improved productivity and reduced accidents. EAPs are an effective approach to drug policies. and outside contractors are common sources of information and services. Pre-employment testing is usually combined with other types of testing, but careful attention is needed to meet legal requirements. Employees with positive tests may cause difficulties, but, overall. employee morale rises. Small businesses without drug policies are increasing their competitive risks.

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Curtis, D., Tinsley, D., & Franklin, G. (1993). Empirical Implications for Small Business Drug Policies. Journal Of Small Business Strategy, 4(1), 59-70.

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