Workplace drug testing tipped to increase despite misgivings

By Amy Corderoy
Updated April 14 2014 - 7:18pm, first published 3:00am
"People can have good experiences": But lawyer Miles Hunt has never been caught. Photo: Ben Rushton
"People can have good experiences": But lawyer Miles Hunt has never been caught. Photo: Ben Rushton

Workplace drug testing is likely to become increasingly common as employers attempt to cut ''presenteeism'' and ensure safety, one of Australia's leading workplace drug experts says.

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