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Forcing it versus letting it grow organically

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Mediscreen™ - NATA accredited collection agency providing onsite drug and alcohol testing services nationally. Our health testing service combines our visits saving you time and money.

Mediscreen™ - NATA accredited collection agency providing onsite drug and alcohol testing services nationally. Our health testing service combines our visits saving you time and money.

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  • 1. Forcing It versus Letting It Grow Organically Forcing a situation is productive when the end result outweighs the effort put into forcing it. In general, forcing anything is automatically placed under the category of Plan B, second best. Plan A, or the best, is usually considered to be whatever way is more organic. Drug and alcohol testing is part of an inherently organic process. It begins with your decision to build a business or, if you are a manager in said business, to take responsibility for your portion of the company. In order to grow and maintain the level of growth of your business, you must have long term, medium term, and short term plans in place. You must see the end result, and as you gain knowledge and perspective, you must be able to appropriately alter your business plan and your company’s goals in order to account for changes in both environment and in personal decisions regarding the direction of your business. Workplace drug testing is part of this organic process, and it is the input you need to correctly assess the one factor in your business which you cannot directly control: the workers. In order to make decisions regarding their employment, you must be able to understand their abuse or beginning abuse of substances which are illicit both legally and regarding your company policy. Drug and alcohol testing is essentially information gathering. Think of it as private research data from inside of your own business. You will have a lot of data at your fingertips, but you will not be getting it concerning your competition or your customer base, but regarding the most important factor of your company’s entire life cycle: the workers. Are you beginning to see a pattern here? The answers lie in the people themselves, not in faceless and meaningless numbers and data about information systems. Mediscreen is AS4308 accredited by NATA. The answers lie in what the people are doing or refraining from doing, in what their stresses become, and in what their pressures become. Alcohol and drug testing, like the NATA accredited onsite testing done by us, is part of the solution to the problem of employer-employee benefits. It shows you what you need to know, but it does so in a solid, scientific way. This article has been taken from : http://www.mediscreen.net.au/forcing-it-versus-letting-it-grow-organically/