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Within the last week, a long-term employee's performance and personality has drastically changed. She reports to work with watery eyes and physically sluggish, which translates to lack of focus on her work, decreased productivity, and clumsy movements (even while walking & she works with sharps). She told her manager she was dizzy and needed to take a break which she did. After 30 mins, it seemed her appearance had gotten worse so her manager sent her home (she felt she was okay to drive though?). This was not an isolated incident, she continues to exhibit the above traits, which is becoming a safety issue and concern for management. In MI, we can legally require random drug testing; though this could potentially have "invasion of privacy" ramifications. Beyond this, we are unsure of our legal limits as she has not requested any accomodations or time off. She continues to report to work as scheduled. She also confided in ownership that she believes she is depressed, but has not been diagnosed. This is becoming a very touchy issue...any advice???