'Direct Observation' of Urine Testing Withstands Privacy Claims
Columbus, OH (WorkersCompensation.com) – Employees of safety-conscious employers have grown accustomed to drug tests in the workplace, but are they used to having someone watch while they produce a sample?
Maybe not, but discomfort with the “direct-observation method” of securing urine samples from at-will employees stood up to invasion of privacy claims before the Ohio Supreme Court in Lunsford v. Sterilite of Ohio LLC, 2020 Ohio 4193 (Ohio 08/26/20), which held that the ...
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