Correlates of Drug Testing Attitudes in a Sample of Blue Collar Workers
Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal
Sociology & Anthropology
Using responses from 1429 workers employed in the wood products industry, we examine the relationship between drug testing (DT) attitudes and several demographic, organizational, job attitude, and job outcome variables. After controlling for age and marital status, analyses revealed moderate correlations between DT attitudes and alcohol and drug variables, DT program characteristics, organizational, and work attitude variables. DT attitudes were weakly but significantly related to absences, late work arrivals, accidents, and injuries. Implications of the findings and future research suggestions are discussed.
Moore, Sarah, Leon Grunberg, and Ed Greenberg. "Correlates of Drug Testing Attitudes in a Sample of Blue Collar Workers." Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal. 11.2 (1998): 135-150. Print.