Drug-Free Workplace Policy
In accordance with the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 and the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1986, Clark University prohibits the unlawful manufacture, dispensing, distribution, possession, use, or sale of illicit drugs and alcohol in the workplace. As a condition of employment, each employee must abide by this policy. Violation of this policy may result in a variety of sanctions up to and including discharge from the University. The University provides a drug and alcohol counseling and rehabilitation program through its Employee Assistance Program (LifeScope 1-800-227-2195). This program is available to all employees and their families. If an employee is convicted of any illicit drug or alcohol related crime which took place at Clark University or as any part of Clark's activities, he/she must report this conviction to the Human Resources Office within five (5) days following conviction.
Excerpted from Clark University's Handbook for Administrators and Staff, 2014