|December 2010 ♦ Vol. 5, Issue 12
Do you check the references and backgrounds of the people you hire to work in your office? Do you provide cleaning, maintenance, and other services for your tenants? Do you vet the people your service contractors send, the people that you in turn let into your tenants' offices? Your tenants probably assume that you do.
Statistics suggest that you should strongly consider a background-screening program. One study found that 57% of the resumes you and your contractors look at contain fabrications.
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