What does the drug test screen for? What constitutes a “Clear” status?
Lab-based urine drug tests are conducted through Sterling, a consumer reporting agency, utilizing a standard seven (7) panel screening for the detection of marijuana, cocaine, opiates, phencyclidine (PCP), amphetamines, benzodiazepines, and barbiturates. All specimens are sent to a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) certified laboratory for analysis.
A “Clear” status and/or the appearance of a checkmark icon on a worker’s profile means the worker (i) chose to request by written instruction and authorization that a drug test screen be conducted through Sterling, (ii) has tested negative for all panels, and (iii) chose to post the results of the drug test on their profile. No badge or icon on a worker’s profile indicates that the worker (a) has not requested a drug test, (b) has a pending drug test, (c) completed a drug test but tested positive for one or more panels, (d) completed a drug test but the sample was too diluted or was not provided within the required timeframe, or (e) tested negative for all panels but chose not to post the results on their profile.
To obtain a free copy of your consumer report (drug test results), please contact WorkMarket customer support*. To dispute the results of your drug test, please reach out to the consumer reporting agency directly at:
Each client who engages a worker utilizing the WorkMarket platform is responsible for determining whether the worker meets such client’s internal requirements, including requirements related to drug tests.
* When requesting a free copy of your consumer report, you will receive an email from FileShare@adp.com with a link to download the file (instructions will be provided)