Monday, February 09, 2004
If you don't do anything wrong, you have nothing to fear
Here's the short version: Worker is pulled from the assembly line and told to pee in a cup while nurse watches. Worker is shy, can't. Worker is fired.
Another anecdote: "Michael Capparo has long been subject to spot drug tests. But he's so worried about not being able to provide a specimen that he carries a catheter in his work bag every day and leaves another in his locker just in case. When he was called for his last test, about 3 years ago, Capparo says he inserted a catheter himself to ensure he could provide a sample."
Doesn't sound like an invasion of privacy to me.