Louisiana Employment Drug Screening And Employment Drug Testing

We provide convenient pre-employment drug screening and drug testing primarily through
Quest Diagnostics with thousands of offices located nationwide.



 Pertinent La. Statute La. Rev. Stat. §49:1001 et seq., §23:1601(1), §46:460.4

A Louisiana employer must use certified laboratories and specified procedures for testing and certified laboratories and specific procedures must be used if  a negative action may result from a positive test.

An employer may not discharge an employee on the basis of first-time positive test findings

Employees who have a confirmed positive test result have seven days in which to request a positive result was indicated.

An employee that tests positive and are discharged may be disqualified from receiving unemployment compensation.

Time required for testing existing employees is considered compensable work time.

Costs for drug tests must be paid by the employer.

Employers may not discriminate by testing only certain groups of employees by race or gender for drug testing.

Nor, may they defame an employee by publicizing an employee’s positive test results.

ADA.

An applicant who is taking medication for a disability is protected by the Americans With Disability act (ADA.)

Our Automated Employment Screening provides an applicant controlled process that allows
FCRA compliant background check forms, including Electronic Chain-Of-custody  forms
and  releases to be completed online by the applicant.

We provide several short   videos    to  easily acquaint you with the system.

This makes the background check process fast and easy.

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Call Us now at    800-459-3034  and begin ordering instant driving records and background checks within minutes or:


  

A price list will be promptly e-mailed to you.

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Disclaimer
None of the information contained in this web site should be construed as legal advice.
All forms, policies, information and procedures should be reviewed by your legal counsel before being used in any way.

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