Hyatt Place does not drug test. The don’t do random test, but if you have a accident than you could be tested.
In many states, employers have the legal right to test job applicants for drugs or alcohol provided the applicants know that the testing is part of the interview process for all employees. In most situations, the testing cannot be conducted until the applicant has been offered a position.
Starbucks conducts pre-employment drug tests, although not on all applicants. The manager of that specific branch makes the decision whether or not to test you for drugs. Starbucks’ basic drug test is a five-panel urine drug test that detects PCP, OPI, AMP, COC, and THC.
Refusing to take a drug test is much like refusing to take a breathalyzer; it’s your right to say no, but just taking the test is usually the better option. The question you pose shouldn’t be whether you can refuse a drug test, but instead whether refusal is a smart decision. Drug tests are ordered for many reasons.
Failing a drug test in California means that an employer can legally deny you employment, or terminate your employment depending on the conditions of your hiring. Once you have been hired, the employer may choose to continue your employment but decline to promote you until you pass the next series of drug tests.
No, they do not run any drug tests or background checks.
Does Dunkin’ Donuts have a drug test policy? No.
In fact, it’s been reported that “getting a job at Starbucks is staggeringly difficult.” In 2014, a spokesperson for the company shared that they had received a whopping 4 million applications for its retail jobs—and only hired 50,000 people.