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Occupational Health: Paramus, New Jersey

Posted April 15, 2016

Did you know that Mobile Health has locations nationwide? Chances are you’re already close to one! We’ve expanded, and we want to take the opportunity to show off some of our convenient locations! Do you live in New Jersey? If so, you might find our Paramus location convenient. Located at 67 E Ridgewood Ave, we’re[Read the Rest]

Occupational Health Locations

Occupational Health: Belleville, NJ

Posted February 11, 2016

Did you know that Mobile health has locations nationwide? Chances are you’re already close to one! We’ve expanded, and we want to take the opportunity to show off some of our convenient locations! Today we’re focusing on our Belleville, NJ location. Located right near Bellville Park’s Cherry Blossom Welcome Center, our address is 1 Clara[Read the Rest]

Employee assistance programs for employees struggling with drug addiction

Posted March 30, 2015

An important part of an effective drug-free workplace program is having an employee assistance program (EAP) for employees that are struggling with drug abuse. According to the Department of Labor, the reasons for having an EAP as an aspect of a company’s drug-free workplace program are threefold: 1. Employees are a vital part of business[Read the Rest]

The wisdom of running background checks on prospective tenants

Posted February 18, 2015

Why should landlords run background checks? A landlord’s goal is not only to achieve maximum occupancy, but also to have tenants who pay their rent on time, don’t damage the property, and don’t cause trouble for other residents. A proactive way for a landlord to begin to realize this goal is to run background checks[Read the Rest]

Introducing drug-free workplace programs and worker's comp discounts

Recap of Mobile Health’s Code 60 Webinar

Posted February 12, 2015

On February 3rd, 2015, Mobile Health’s Brian McCormack, along with Egan Attorneys’ Susan Egan hosted a webinar to discuss the benefits companies can get from complying with New York State’s Code Rule 60. Representatives from over 50 New York City companies attended the webinar. A brief description of Code 60 is below, as well as[Read the Rest]

Background Check Laws

10 States Lack Laws for Home Health Care Background Checks

Posted July 31, 2014

As the home health care industry continues to grow at an impressive pace, in part due to the influx of baby boomers entering retirement, there is an increasing need for regulation when it comes to hiring home health care workers. Currently there is no federal law that requires home health agencies (HHA’s) to conduct background[Read the Rest]

Discreet drinking in the workplace

Powder Alcohol: New Risk of Employee Alcohol Abuse

Posted April 29, 2014

Palcohol may be an employer’s new worst nightmare; right alongside edible marijuana. Palcohol is a new product that sells alcohol in a powdered form at 12% alcohol by volume. This powder can then be added to a liquid or food for consumption, or as discouraged on their website: snorted. Although not currently approved for sale[Read the Rest]

Drug Test Detection Period

Posted May 29, 2013

Did you know that the detection period for drugs during a drug test varies greatly?  An infrequent smoker of marijuana might pass a urine drug test 3 weeks after last use, but a regular smoker will test positive for up to 2 months after last use! Cocaine users have even a shorter detection time of[Read the Rest]

Top 5 Myths of Employee Screening

Posted January 29, 2013

Many companies are hesitant to initiate a pre-employment screening policy beyond the interview because of misconceptions about the process. Here are 5 common myths about employee screening, drug testing, and pre-employment background checks that every employer and HR professional needs to be aware of: Employee Screening is an administrative burden. An employee screening company should[Read the Rest]

NYC Drug Testing & Employee Screening

Posted October 8, 2012

When safety and compliance matter, trust Mobile Health. In business since 1984, we perform over 200,000 employee screenings per year in our 6 offices across NYC and Long Island. You can expect: Competitive pricing providing the maximum value for every dollar spent Industry standard 5,7,8,9 and 10 panel forensic toxicology drug tests DOT/Manufacturing screening packages (and physicals if[Read the Rest]

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