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Do they drug test and if they do what kind of test.

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Depends on who you know

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Yes they test everyone it's mandatory in New York state and many other states

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Yes they do a drug test it is mandatory for everyone that is trying to apply.

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Definitely! It is done before they offer you a job. A urine test and a back-ground check. I just did it a month ago.

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Not in tn.it doesn't matter to them as long as job is done.never happy with anything no matter how hard u work..

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Yes they do

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They don't do drug test on less you're in a high position. I'm an official employee since September 2015

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Yes, they do a urine drug test with a lab & it was for a cashier position in the front of the store. This is a R.I. store, so not sure about other states where laws may be different.

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Yes, they do drug tests & they check for EVERYTHING too! Pretty sure it was a 13 panel, but if they find a drug in your system & it was or is prescribed by to you by a dr.,they (the lab) will call you & tell you what they found, then ask you for the dr.'s name & number, so they can verify through your dr. that you're prescribed that certain medicine. After calling your dr, they then will call Rite Aid & give the OK & then you will be cleared, BUT THE LAB WILL NOT LET ON THAT YOU WERE OR ARE ON ANY KIND OF DRUGS EVEN IF THEY WERE NOT PRESCRIBED TO YOU & WERE JUST FOR RECREATIONAL USE.

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Yes.Urine Sample

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