How Background Screening Can Protect Your Organization and the Communities You Serve

Volunteer organizations recognize the importance of carefully vetting their volunteers before trusting them with the welfare of the various communities they serve (youth, elderly, disabled). Background screening is a key component in protecting their organization and their community members. This industry brief outlines the risks that arise from bad volunteers and how careful background screening can mitigate those risks.
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