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Screening News Update – November 12th, 2014Text version | Video version
Holiday helpers are necessary, but they also pose significant risks to retailers’ profits. Research by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) says retailers can lose as much as 25% of their total revenues to fraud during the holiday season. That’s up from 5% during the rest of the year.
In our crazy, busy world, many pet owners need an extra hand to keep the dogs in their lives happy and healthy. For that very reason, the pet sitting industry is growing by leaps and bounds. But hiring a pet sitter not only means you are entrusting your precious, four-legged baby to someone else, but you are also opening you home up to a stranger.
Screening News Update – November 12th, 2014
A weekly blog containing Screening News Updates and Legislative Alerts.Text version | Video version
Nine 7-Eleven franchisees and operators are under indictment for allegedly conspiring to commit wire fraud, stealing identities and harboring illegal immigrants. This is the largest criminal immigrant employment investigation ever conducted.
Screening News Update – November 7th, 2014
A Weekly blog containing Screening News Updates and Legislative Alerts.
The children called him “Mr. Smiley.” Students say the 35-year-old bus monitor was very friendly and gave out candy to the kids on his bus. But on Halloween, “Mr. Smiley” got caught up in a sting. He was charged with possession and transfer of child pornography.
Election night in America proved interesting as voters ushered Republicans into the majority while bringing marijuana a bit more out of the shadows.
The number of American workers testing positive on drug screens has jumped for the first time in more than a decade. New Jersey based Quest Diagnostics recently released a Drug Testing Index that looked at 8.5 million urine, oral and hair test results. The numbers are eye opening.