Reliability and Personal Interaction
It is with lots of pride that we introduce the topic of reliability. You see, Mediscreen, as an
Australia renowned drug and alcohol testing company, desires all of our clients to view us as a
reliable source of onsite drug and alcohol screening. Personal interaction is part of reliability and
reliability is a part of personal interaction, but they are definitely not synonymous. For instance,
many people are good at their people skills, at their personal interaction, but they are not
necessarily reliable. By the same token, many people are reliable but may not possess the people
skills necessary to do good business with others.
As you can see, they are necessary for each other, but they are not mutually exclusive. You see, we
go to work with a tool belt. Yes, we mean the kind of tool belt that you would see a construction
worker using, but in this case, we mean in a mental sense. We must have a certain amount of
professionalism and public persona developed, and we must be steady, consistent and reliable most
of the time, as well as being intelligent, creative, and so on. You know the drill. You know what
skills businesses are typically looking for, if you have been out in the job market or working for
many years. It has to do with the whole package, not just some of it.
Your workers won’t be reliable, though, if they bring illicit substances into the workplace and
abuse them onsite. They are influential to the degree that they are, and they can bring other
coworkers in on the situation. You may need to nip it in the bud if this is going on, but how would
you know without using drug and alcohol testing? Mediscreen brings the reliability of onsite drug
and alcohol screening, the mobile service provided by Mediscreen, to the forefront of the Australian
business marketplace. We are proud of our position, and alcohol and drug testing is really
necessary for businesses to maintain their competitive edge. Do you and your senior staff want
synthetic drug testing? Mediscreen has it.
This article has been taken from: http://www.mediscreen.net.au/reliability-and-personal-interaction/