Tuesday, January 22, 2008

How To Avoid Hiring The Next Bonnie & Clyde

Police say the break ins began in October and continued through December. The targets were beachfront homes on the Isle Of Palms in South Carolina.

Each time, the thieves were interested in one particular item, flat screen televisions. Investigators say 41 year old Willie Brown Jr. headed up the operation, with help from two women who work for a St. Stephen maid service that was hired to clean the rental homes.

"There was no forced entry and investigators believed that the perpetrator did in fact have a key or access to a key," said Isle Of Palms Police Sergeant Dawn Caldwell.

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It can happen to anyone. You hired the wrong person. And you won't know that you hired the wrong person until it's too late. But there are some ways to ensure that your next hire isn't the next Bonnie & Clyde.

Step 1. Conduct a nationwide criminal background search. That's how we do it. And here's how we do it..........
Criminal Record Search

Step 2. Ask for references. And not just from their best friend. Make sure that the candidate provides you with at least three previous employers.

Step 3. Require that your next maid provides you with a copy of their surety bond policy. And make sure that the bond is current. A surety bond only lasts for twelve months.


If you haven't figured it out yet, hiring your next housecleaner has very little to do with housecleaning.

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