the degree of duplicity and pure arrogance of these corporations

clip_image002…It amazes me the degree of duplicity and pure arrogance of these corporations as they produce or sell goods which injure or kill on the one hand then make their employees pee in a cup for what…???

The 10 Biggest Companies That Subject Workers to Drug Testing

If you want a job with these corporate giants, be prepared to pee in a cup.  By Phillip Smith / AlterNet  September 12, 2017, 12:31 PM GMT   For the past 35 or so years, millions of American workers have had to submit to a humiliating, privacy-invading procedure to get or keep a job: the urine sample drug test. As hard as it may be to imagine now, it wasn’t always like that—and it isn’t like that in the rest of the world..

While the impulse to subject workers to drug tests appears to be waning, it is still a reality for tens of millions of American workers. Here, thanks to the good folks at InsiderMonkey, are the 10 biggest companies that still engage in workplace drug testing.

1. Amazon (Market Cap, $486.03 billion)

2. Berkshire Hathaway (Market Cap, $411.44 billion).

3. Johnson & Johnson (Market Cap, $353.38 billion).

4. Exxon Mobil (Market Cap, $347.11 billion).

5. JPMorgan Chase & Co. (Market Cap, $295.74 billion)

6. General Electric (Market Cap, $243.63.03 billion).

7. Walmart (Market Cap, $239.88 billion)

8. AT&T (Market Cap, $237.90 billion)

9. Procter & Gamble (Market Cap, $227.26 billion)

10. Chevron (Market Cap, $197.51 billion)

Phillip Smith is editor of the AlterNet Drug Reporter and author of the Drug War Chronicle.

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