Drug Testing and Federal Workers Article Review by Top Papers

Drug Testing and Federal Workers
Examines Fine, Harney and Reeves study that focused on drug testing in government workplaces.
# 131953 | 12,500 words | 20 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Psychology (Alcohol and Drugs)


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This paper presents an analysis of Fine, Harney and Reeves 1996 study which focused on drug testing in government workplaces and its affects on workers. The study intended to demonstrate whether or not the drug testing policies of government offices supported the right to privacy of the individual, or if individual rights were cast aside by the employer in order to address business concerns.The results of the study are detailed, with statistics highlighting various conclusions.

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"Fine, Harney and Reeves (1996) conducted a study that was focused on drug testing in government workplaces (p. 30). The study intended to demonstrate whether or not the drug testing policies of government offices supported the right to privacy of the individual, or if individual rights were cast aside by the employer in order to address business concerns. Fine, Harney and Reeves (1996) found that approximately 18% of the government offices that participated in drug testing programs formulated their drug testing procedures with a concentration on preserving..."

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Drug Testing and Federal Workers (2007, December 01) Retrieved July 17, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/drug-testing-and-federal-workers-131953/

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"Drug Testing and Federal Workers" 01 December 2007. Web. 17 July. 2019. <https://www.academon.com/article-review/drug-testing-and-federal-workers-131953/>

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