Mellon Bank Just Says NoKeith L. Alexander
Random drug tests have been the rage for several years for workers whose impairment poses a physical danger to themselves and others--truck drivers, for instance. But now, unscheduled tests are spreading to the white-collar confines of financial services: Pittsburgh-based Mellon Bank has started randomly examining employees for drugs--and plans to fire those testing positive.
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