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Employee Drug Testing Laws in Nebraska

Monday, November 20th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

Nebraska is one of several states that regulates, drug testing in some fashion.  I am confident this summary of Employee Drug Testing Laws in Nebraska will help answer some of the questions you may have about this important subject.  It was interesting to find in my research that as far ... continue reading

Iowa Labor Laws

Tuesday, November 7th, 2006
Posted by Maya

Whether you are an employer or an employee, you owe it to yourself to be familiar with the labor laws in your area. In some states, federal laws set by the US Department of Labor are the only laws governing labor, and in other states, the state government has legislated ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in Wyoming

Monday, November 6th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

Hello and welcome to this short discussion of Employee Drug Testing Laws in Wyoming.  I discovered some important information about this increasingly that I believe would help answer questions.  As is the case in many states, Wyoming does not have a general or comprehensive law that applies to drug testing. ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in Wisconsin

Monday, November 6th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

Welcome to this brief summary of Employee Drug Testing Laws in Wisconsin.  The Dairy State does not have a general or comprehensive law that applies to drug testing, but as in many states a worker who is terminated for misconduct related to drug use may be denied unemployment benefits.  In ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in Washington

Monday, November 6th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

This article will address information about Employee Drug Testing Laws in Washington, answering some of the questions you might have on this important subject.  As in most states, drug-testing laws in the state of Washington generally follow federal guidelines.  Over the years, federal law and federal court decisions have set ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in Utah

Monday, November 6th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

In this article, I wanted to address Employee Drug Testing Laws in Utah.  I have pulled together a few items of basic information that may help answer some questions about this subject.  In Utah, employers are not prohibited from testing workers or applicants for drugs or alcohol, although the guidelines ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in Texas

Monday, November 6th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

The state sets some definite guidelines for Employee Drug Testing Laws in Texas, with rules that are designed to eliminate drugs in the workplaces of the Lone Star State.  One of the limits set under Texas law applies to companies with 15 or more employees.  These businesses are required to ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in Tennessee

Monday, November 6th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

Hello and welcome - I hope this summary of Employee Drug Testing Laws in Tennessee will be of help to you.  Generally, the Tennessee laws in this area are similar to the laws of other states that give incentives to employers who have written drug-testing policies.  In the Volunteer State, ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in South Dakota

Monday, November 6th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

For a long time, there were no comprehensive Employee Drug Testing Laws in South Dakota, but the state has enacted a law regarding testing of state job applicants.  Generally, those who apply for jobs in what is commonly known as the public sector may be subject to drug screening.  Under ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in South Carolina

Monday, November 6th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

I have put together a brief summary of information about Employee Drug Testing laws in South Carolina, where the state rules are modeled after the federal law.  I hope this information will be of help in answering some of the questions you may have about this important subject. 

Following ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing in Virginia

Monday, November 6th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

Over the past few years, federal law and federal court decisions have set the limits for what private employers can do when it comes to drug testing.  Additionally, guidelines have been set for what certain employers must do when it comes to Employee Drug Testing in Virginia.  These federal rules ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing in Vermont

Monday, November 6th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

In my research, it was easier to find complete information about Employee Drug Testing in Vermont than it was to find similar information in many other states.  In this northeastern state, the details about drug testing are provided by the Department of Labor and Industry in a document called A ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in Rhode Island

Saturday, November 4th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

I have put together a brief summary of Employee Drug Testing Laws in Rhode Island.  For this East Coast state, you will find it has one of the more restrictive laws of any individual state in that it prohibits a worker from being discharged based on a first positive test ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in Pennsylvania

Saturday, November 4th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

Welcome to this brief summary of Employee Drug Testing Laws in Pennsylvania.  It is important to remember that following federal law and federal court decisions, states cannot require employers to have drug-testing policies or require them to conduct drug testing.  However, many states have laws or agency regulations that have ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in Oregon

Saturday, November 4th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

The issue of drug testing and Employee Drug Testing Laws in Oregon are handled in a manner very similar to the procedures in other states.  Although Oregon does not have a comprehensive law to specifically deal with drug testing for private employers, there are guidelines that provide for denial of ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in Oklahoma

Saturday, November 4th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

Employee Drug Testing Laws in Oklahoma are generally covered in the state law called Standards for Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing, which applies to both public and private employers.  As is the case in many states with their own laws applying to drug and alcohol issues, the Oklahoma law says ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in Ohio

Saturday, November 4th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

Welcome to this brief discussion of Employee Drug Testing Laws in Ohio.  I have pulled together general information about this subject to help answer important questions.  In my research, I found that although Ohio does not have an overall law regarding drug testing or alcohol testing.  However, the state legislature ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in North Dakota

Saturday, November 4th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

Currently, no comprehensive Employee Drug Testing Laws in North Dakota exist.  However, court decisions and the few rules that address this issue state that a worker cannot collect unemployment insurance benefits if the injury is the result of the worker using a controlled substance.  Federal law and federal court decisions, ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in North Carolina

Saturday, November 4th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

As with most states, Employee Drug Testing Laws in North Carolina are guided by the requirement that employers have written policies.  In addition, workers must be made fully aware of the guidelines before and during employment.  The state has a Controlled Substances Examination Regulation that sets certain standards for drug ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in New York

Saturday, November 4th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

I have conducted in-depth research on the subject of Employee Drug Testing Laws in New York with the anticipation the information will answer important questions.  What I discovered is that the Empire State has no general or comprehensive laws covering drug testing for private employers.  However, there are rules for ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in New Mexico

Saturday, November 4th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

As with many states, New Mexico has no general or comprehensive law regulating the testing of employees for drugs, except that there are regulations that apply to government employees.  Following federal guidelines and U.S. court rulings, states and local governments cannot require that private employers have drug testing policies or ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in New Jersey

Saturday, November 4th, 2006
Posted by Courtney

In this article, I wanted to provide readers with a brief summary pertaining to Employee Drug Testing Laws in New Jersey.  For starters, New Jersey has no general or comprehensive law concerning drug testing of employees.  The state generally follows the federal guidelines on when drug tests can be conducted, ... continue reading

New York Insurance Fraud Laws

Friday, November 3rd, 2006
Posted by Molly

Insurance fraud is one of the largest white-collar crimes in America today, second only to tax evasion. New York City has the dubious distinction of having the 9 th highest rate of insurance fraud cases in the nation.

In order to combat the rising number of cases, New York ... continue reading

Alabama Marriage Laws

Friday, November 3rd, 2006
Posted by Patrick

I went looking for the Alabama Marriage Laws on the internet today and was glad to see they were easy to find and understand. Anyone planning to “Tie The Knot” in the state of Alabama should be well educated on the Alabama Marriage Laws. If you are not, then I ... continue reading

Wyoming Will and Living Trust Laws

Friday, November 3rd, 2006
Posted by Lacey

In the state of Wyoming if you are over the age of nineteen and of sound mind the law allows you to make a Will and Living Trust.  You may prepare a handwritten Will in your own handwriting or have it typed.  This must be witnessed by at least two ... continue reading

Georgia Adoption Laws

Friday, November 3rd, 2006
Posted by Tamara

Georgia’s Safe Have law permits a mother to surrender an infant up to one week old at any medical facility. These include hospitals, infirmaries, health centers and birthing centers, but not the private offices of physicians or dentists. The mother must provide her name, address and proof of identity. The ... continue reading

Louisiana Exempt Employee Laws

Friday, November 3rd, 2006
Posted by Brittney

Residents of the state of Louisiana who need to know the guidelines regarding tax exemptions can refer to Louisiana exempt employee laws. These laws also cover tax liability as well.

Louisiana exempt employee laws help employees know when they can claim exemptions on their W-4 or similar earning form. ... continue reading

Kentucky Exempt Employee Laws

Friday, November 3rd, 2006
Posted by Brittney

Kentucky exempt employee laws help citizens understand their responsibility regarding the payment of taxes. These laws specifically address issues of tax exemption.

Kentucky exempt employee laws help employees know when they can claim exemptions on their W-4 or similar earning form. For example, usually when people are working they ... continue reading

Nevada Probate Court

Wednesday, November 1st, 2006
Posted by Jamie

Nevada, like many other states, does not have a separate Nevada probate court system in place for the sole purpose of handling issues regarding probate laws. However, the state of Nevada does still enact all probate laws. Instead of having a Nevada probate court, the District Court of Nevada handles ... continue reading

Employee Drug Testing Laws in Mississippi

Tuesday, October 31st, 2006
Posted by Courtney

This southern state has a very specific requirement of employers that brings Employee Drug Testing Laws in Mississippi into sharp focus.  The state law says all employers who participate in the workers’ compensation insurance program are required to have a written drug-testing and alcohol-testing program in place.

Over the ... continue reading