The Example of a King

Alcohol Drug TestingThe example of a king is one of the most influential examples in the nation. When a king decides to behave in an inappropriate manner, then everyone knows about it. Therefore, it is necessary to take public, very public, responsibility for your actions if you are in a position of such grand and high authority. Kings have ultimate power and ultimate authority in the minds of many people, even if the government isn’t exactly set up that way.

To be king is a huge responsibility.

When you own a business, then you are, in essence, king of your own little establishment. You have supreme reigning authority in the affairs of your business. You have supreme reigning authority to do whatever you want. If you are an irresponsible business owner, then business in its purest form will flee from you, and will not be an owner for very long. If, however, you find yourself gaining more and more power and growth naturally and organically, then you are probably doing something very right.

Drug screening brings you into alignment with how your employees are handling stress in their lives and how much they are able to handle stress in the future and in their workplace professionalism. You see, not everyone is able to take on as much as you or me. In fact, a lot of people see their jobs just as a source of cash, and when greater burden is put upon them as far as “work” goes, they crumble immediately.

Therefore, it is in your best interests to always be prepared and to always implement drug and alcohol testing on a regular basis so that you can keep an eye on things for your own sake and for the sake of your workers who rely upon you to take good care of them. They shouldn’t be around someone who is dangerous, is irresponsible with heavy machinery, or who can jeopardize a relationship with a client.

Mediscreen is accredited by NATA for onsite drug testing, and our abilities in onsite drug and alcohol screening are extremely high quality. To learn more, or to purchase our services, call us today: (+61) 1300 79 70 40.

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