You suspect it. You’re worried about it. But you can’t prove it outright. Having an employee who appears to be abusing drugs or alcohol can challenge any manager, and it can be a minefield of legal, ethical and privacy issues. Consider taking these five steps if you suspect an employee of abuse:
The worst thing to do in cases of suspected substance abuse is nothing at all. Only by addressing the situation head-on can you assure the safety and effectiveness of your workplace and your employees.
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