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Kathryn Russo Comments on the Increase of Employers Requiring Opioid Testing

  • January 24, 2018
  • From SHRM

Kathryn Russo comments on more employers testing for opioids in the workplace due to the growing problem of prescription painkillers abuse in "Opioid Testing by Employers Is Becoming More Common," published by SHRM.

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