Drug Testing and Employee Privacy Argumentative Essay by Master Researcher

Drug Testing and Employee Privacy
An essay weighing the employee's right to privacy against the right of the employer to ask have employees submit to drug testing.
# 89506 | 1,125 words | 1 source | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Business (Law) , Law (Business) , Law (Constitution) , English (Argument) , Ethics (General)

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The question of the ethical issues involved in employer's applying drug testing in the workplace is complicated by the employee's right to privacy. This essay argues that the employee right to privacy radically limits the range of employer options in regard to drug testing quite apart from other considerations such as effectiveness and legality. However, in sensitive jobs where potential harm to others is an issue, the moral right to privacy of an employee may itself be limited.

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