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  1. Creating A Drug-Free Workplace: Back On Track

    Creating A Drug-Free Workplace: Back On Track

    $495.00

    <p> Creating a Drug-Free Workplace: Back on Track. Implementing a drug-free workplace policy strengthens your company&rsquo;s commitment to employee well-being and enables it to compete for valuable contracts. The video program, Creating a Drug-Free Workplace: Back on Track, provides supervisory guidance for management, as well as information for employees--and it will help you comply with the federal Drug-Free Workplace Act.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <ul> <li> How to create a drug-free workplace.</li> <li> Symptoms of substance abuse.</li> <li> Where to go for help.</li> <li> How and when to proceed with intervention.</li> <li> Effects of drug and alcohol abuse on personal and professional lives.</li> </ul> <p> Package Includes: 36 minute video and ten employee handbooks.</p> Learn More
  2. Legal Briefs - Substance Abuse

    Legal Briefs - Substance Abuse

    $495.00

    <div class="product_desc"> <p> <em>The Manager&#39;s Role in Creating and Maintaining a Drug-Free Workplace </em><br /> <br /> You suspect an employee is under the influence while on the job. How do you deal with the situation without putting the organization at risk of a costly lawsuit? <br /> <br /> This module from the Legal Briefs Series helps managers deal with the tough problems involving substance abuse in the workplace. Help your managers legally maintain a safe, drug-free work environment on and offsite.<br /> <br /> This program is designed to help you gain a clearer understanding of a manager&#39;s responsibility regarding enforcing and maintaining a drug-free workplace. It provides answers to several of the most common questions managers struggle with, including:</p> <ul> <li> Do you need to be absolutely sure a person is using drugs or alcohol before you confront them about his or her behavior?</li> <li> When addressing performance issues with someone you suspect is using drugs or alcohol on the job, do you communicate these suspicions directly to the individual?</li> <li> If you confront the employee and they start crying or get angry, what do you do?</li> <li> As a manager, is it my job to diagnose and counsel an employee with a suspected substance abuse problem?</li> <li> Can we just spring a drug test on an employee we suspect has a substance abuse problem?</li> </ul> <p> This program teaches five main areas managers need to pay attention to when dealing with substance issues in the workplace:</p> <ol> <li> Detection</li> <li> Intervention</li> <li> Staying Focused on the Issue</li> <li> Appropriate Action</li> <li> Substance Abuse Testing</li> </ol> <p> <strong>Run Time:</strong> 17 Minutes</p> </div> Learn More

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