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http://usamdt.com - This December, the latest installment of one of the most popular movie franchises in the galaxy will make millions of dollars in ticket sales and billions in merchandise. In fact, the “selling of Star Wars” has already begun, with a manufactured “Force Friday” sales holiday in early September. Even the almost universally panned “prequel” trilogy... Read More »
http://usamdt.com - The news is alarming—in light of the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area’s (RMHIDTA) 2015 report on the impact of marijuana legalization in Colorado, the American College of Pediatricians (ACPEDS) has updated its recommendations on marijuana use by adolescents and come down squarely against legalization. Among the ACPED’s most disturbing concerns is growing scientific... Read More »
http://usamdt.com - Next month Ohio voters will head to the ballot box to decide the legal status of marijuana in the Buckeye State. If supporters of legalization have their way and Issue 3 passes, pot will be legalized for both medical and recreational use. According to recent polls, the issue remains far from decided, with 46 percent of... Read More »
http://usamdt.com - Drug testing is performed by an ever-growing number of employers in the United States, from Fortune 500 companies and state and federal agencies to small businesses. Every company has its own reasons for drug testing applicants, including liability, safety, and risk management. Research has found that employees who use drugs are ten times more likely to... Read More »
http://usamdt.com - Federal permission to test marijuana’s effectiveness as a PTSD treatment has been a long sought after step since initial approval was granted in March 2014. Scientific research into pot’s effects on health and wellness should finally be able to replace anecdotal evidence and wishful thinking. As shown by a recent lawsuit instituted by veterans in... Read More »
http://usamdt.com - If you’ve established a drug testing program at your company, or plan to do so in the near future, congratulations! You’ve taken that all-important first step toward earning a positive return on your investment. That initial return will quickly show itself. Being able to hire drug-free employees will mean you’ll be more productive, have less... Read More »
http://usamdt.com - Retaining your best employees is essential to building successful teams. With the right talent, a company can execute strategy and prevent lost productivity. Sometimes that talent is hired. Sometimes it is developed. Smart managers know that loyal, well-trained employees provide the stability and consistency that increases productivity and amplifies talent. Which employees you need to retain and how you retain them... Read More »
http://usamdt.com - If your state’s decision to legalize medical marijuana, recreational pot, or both has encouraged you to believe you’re now protected from employment drug testing—not to mention its potentially unpleasant economic consequences—think again. Even though you might be “legally” allowed on the state level to grow, smoke, or eat marijuana, it’s still illegal on the federal level. Here’s the... Read More »