Man Claims Day-Work Firm Gave Him Fake Drug Test Document
May 14, 2008
A lot of the stories you read about individuals applying for jobs talks about dishonesty on the resume or attempting to cheat a drug test. It is very rare to see a story about an applicant’s honesty (though extremely refreshing). It’s even rarer to see a story about a company intentionally trying to cheat the system and increasing their liability for a potential bad hire – which is what we have here. Yes, there is something to be said about trying to minimize your costs and being able to fill positions quickly in an attempt to remain competitive. However, there is a right way and wrong way to do this. This company went about this all wrong and hopefully, now that their deception has been made public, they will do the right thing by their clients (if they have any left after this).
But for this applicant who maintained his integrity, all I can say is – good for you!
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