Terry Donaldson, an employee of Gaster Lumber & Hardware who says he supports the company’s drug testing policy, in Bloomingdale, Ga., May 5, 2016. All over the country, employers say they see a disturbing downside of tighter labor markets as they try to rebuild from the worst recession since the Depression: They are struggling to find workers who can pass a pre-employment drug test.
Terry Donaldson, an employee of Gaster Lumber & Hardware who says he supports the company’s drug testing policy, in Bloomingdale, Ga., May 5, 2016. All over the country, employers say they see a disturbing downside of tighter labor markets as they try to rebuild from the worst recession since the Depression: They are struggling to find workers who can pass a pre-employment drug test. KVIN D. LILES NYT
Terry Donaldson, an employee of Gaster Lumber & Hardware who says he supports the company’s drug testing policy, in Bloomingdale, Ga., May 5, 2016. All over the country, employers say they see a disturbing downside of tighter labor markets as they try to rebuild from the worst recession since the Depression: They are struggling to find workers who can pass a pre-employment drug test. KVIN D. LILES NYT

Hiring hurdle: Finding applicants who can pass a drug test

May 21, 2016 04:30 PM

UPDATED May 22, 2016 10:55 PM

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