MCI Labor: Critical Drug Testing Do's and Don'ts Manufacturers Must Know
OSHA’s new injury and illness rule put new limits on post-accident drug testing. For employers who do not comply, OSHA allows penalties of up to $12,675 per violation and over $126,749 for willful or repeat violations.
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MCI Labor: President Trump's First 100 Days: A Look Back on Labor and Employment Issues and What's Next
A discussion of ongoing NAM labor litigation efforts and the current state of compliance obligations as it relates to enforcement authority of Department of Labor and sub-agencies including OSHA.