September 15, 2014
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No surprise: More and more Washington workers testing positive for pot

Washington is literally higher than the rest of the country, a new study reports. The number of Washington workers who failed a marijuana drug test increased by 23 percent last year, compared with a 5 percent increase in the rest of the nation.

One quirk of marijuana tests is that the drug shows up in tests long after use, so it's difficult to tell if employees were high at the time of the test. Still, Washington employers can have a zero-tolerance policy for marijuana even though use has been legalized in the state.

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Former Dick's Drive-In worker, then and now

By Melanie Wood, former Dick's crew member who went on to work at Verizon Wireless, Hewlett-Packard, Micro K12 and Microsoft

I have always admired Dick's Drive-In for strong involvement with the United Way, the scholarship program, celebrating with high school and college grads, and all that is achieved in the community.

High standards of integrity and strong work-ethic were my greatest takeaways from my time with the Drive-In, but it was also my first exposure to being part of team, as well as seeing what happens when an organization keeps focus on these community objectives.

Click to read her store on the Dick's Drive-In Facebook page
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