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School District Mulling Drug Testing to Save on Comp Costs

Wednesday, February 3, 2016 | 3465 | 0 | 25 min read

Officials for the school district that serves Oklahoma City plan to begin drug testing after all accidents and before workers' compensation claimants return to work, saying the policy will save $1 million a year in workers' compensation costs, according to a report by The Oklahoman newspaper. Chief Human Resources Officer Janis Perrault told members of the Oklahoma Public Schools Board that his office is discussing the policy change with the union that represents teachers, according to the report. The unions that represent support staff, such as cafeteria workers and custodians, a...

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