Many companies have some reservations about drug screening people for pre-employment. With some states beginning to make marijuana legal for recreational use, and even more making it legal for medical purposes, it might seem like pre-employment drug screening would be pointless. So many people are going to be able to smoke marijuana that there’s hardly any way to stop it.

However, a pre-employment drug screening is still a good idea, for many reasons. First and foremost, you don’t have to dismiss a potential employee for marijuana. There are still other drugs that it might be a good idea to know if a potential employee is taking. For example, you may want to know if a potential employee has a habit of making meth. If that’s the case, you want to avoid hiring them!

That’s not the only reason to consider a pre-employment drug screening, however. It can also help your company get a good deal on employee insurance. Being able to get a better deal, since you can contribute to ensuring a certain amount of employee health, means you’ll be able to attract better employees. You can offer them better benefits, so they’re more likely to want to work for you.

So not only does a pre-employment drug screening help protect your company by keeping out people who take drugs far worse than marijuana, it helps protect your business by allowing you to attract better employees. Eventually, you won’t even have to worry about drugs, because your staff will be the kind of employees who do a good job no matter what.

So if you’re considering whether or not to institute a pre-employment drug screening, consider how much money it can save you in the long run. The answer of which way to go is fairly obvious.

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