Drug use in the work place
Drug use by an employee is rightfully private unless the reason that an employer needs to know is for the safety of their employees. There are many reasons to support employer’s right on regulation of their employees drug use. Amongst these are the arguments focusing on the personal rights of other employees and safety by having a drug- and alcohol-free workplace policy in place. While I support the rights of privacy for consenting adults. I feel that once you use drugs in a work place you put other employees at risk. Employers do not need to ask about your prescription drugs, such as medication intake or cigarettes usage unless the quantity of your usage of a certain substances can interfere with your work duty.
Employers do not even have the rights to request the list of your prescription medications, unless they are aware that you’re taken a particular dose that can harm others.
The moral philosophy arguments are not an area we have historically put significant campaigning resources behind, primarily because other lines of argument - concerning impacts on public health and criminal justice. But it should be a concerned morally for someone to understand that if you’re taken what ever kind of drugs rather its prescription or Illegal, it can impact the way you think or the way you act towards your fellow employees.
The definition of moral philosophy is systematizing, defending, and recommending concepts of right and wrong behavior. Substance abuse, or rather the abuse of persons by harmful substances, is a serious problem in the workplace
The company privacy rules gives an individuals the right to request that their personal data or drug or medical treatment and medications be kept private to the public.