Drug Testing

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Drug Testing: The process of testing employees to detect the presence of illegal drugs or alcohol within their system. Drug testing can be conducted on a pre-employment, random or post-accident basis, as well as for cause or suspicion, in accordance with the employer’s policy and any governing state law.

Other Words for Drug

Drug Noun Synonyms: medication, medicine, medicament, pharmaceutical, remedy, cure, treatment, cure-all, panacea
Drug Verb Synonyms: anaesthetize, dope, deaden, knock out, sedate, stupefy, numb, benumb, dull, narcotize, poison, slip (someone) a Mickey (Finn)
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National Standards And Testing Program (NSTP)

Technology / Television (TV) / National Standards And Testing Program (NSTP): The NSTP is a program created to provide basic installation training to satellite TV systems installers. MORE

Placement Testing

Life Style / College / Placement Testing: Placement tests ensure that you get started in the right classes for your academic background and your program. Taking a class for which you are not prepared could prevent you from successfully moving MORE

Post-Accident Testing

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Post-Accident Testing: The process of testing an employee involved in a workplace accident for the presence of drugs or alcohol. MORE

Muscle Testing

Health / Massage / Muscle Testing: Muscle testing involves finding a muscle that is unbalanced and then attempting to determine why that muscle is not functioning properly. Treatments may involve specific joint manipulation or mobiliza MORE

Multivariate Testing

Business / Internet Marketing / Multivariate Testing: A process by which more than one component of a website may be tested in a live environment. It can be thought of in simple terms as numerous A/B tests performed on one page at the same time. MORE

Honesty-Integrity Testing

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Honesty-Integrity Testing: Tests used to assess an individual’s propensity for dishonest conduct or behavior (i.e., stealing or lying). MORE

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