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Drug Tests and Background Checks for Employees People applying for jobs necessarily undergo drug tests and background checks, and other screening requirements from prospective employers. Employers usually do this tests because they will want to make sure that the people they are hiring are good for their business. There have been many cases where employers hired contractors without prior background checks and drug tests and they had a lot of trouble for it. In this article we will learn about these tests and also the rights of a prospective employee. If you are already working for a business, chances are you have gone through tests before you entered the workplace. After you have passed these tests and have now entered the workplace, other drug screenings will still go on. Of course an employer will have to inform his or her employees of the drug test before they take place. The state at which you live in should also allow these drugs to be done. You may be ill or have a medical disability so you are taking medicines; these medicines will show up in the drug tests so you have to wait before you can have the test. Criminal background checkups are also very important if you are planning to hire someone you do not know about. Most states allow this checkup but of course, employers will first have to ask permission if they can check any criminal backgrounds. While most states allow employers to ask for their prospective employees records, others states only allow employers to check the criminal records only if they will accept the prospective employer. In your complete resume, you are required to put your educational background. Of course these resumes will be read out and you may be asked questions whether you really studied at certain schools and the like. Educational screenings are conducted for this reason so they will be sure you are not lying or anything. Your educational information is sometimes protected from release so this gives employers a bit of a hard time. Though schools may not always provide all the information employers need, they can give few information. Credit screening is another type of employment screening. This is only done if the job requires it, otherwise it is not usually conducted. Before going through these tests, it is very important to know your state laws. Sometimes you can be abused by these employers so it is important that you go and contact the department of labor and tell them about what happened. Employers do not want to have employees that they are unsure of so they do not accept prospective employees who do not go thorough their screening requirements. If you have not taken drugs, have no criminal records, good educational and credit standing, there is no need to worry about these tests because sooner or later they will find out your clean record.

Options – Getting Started & Next Steps

Options – Getting Started & Next Steps