Mobile devices (including laptops) are dominating the marketplace, and even some of your offices. These offer unsurpassed flexibility in how and where you work. I remember one of my co-workers at a previous company was managing the entire Network team while he finished his last year of employment on a boat in Florida. He had his laptop and was able to connect to company (and client) computers to do whatever he needed to do. I have to say I was a bit jealous.
All of the experts and industry analysts seem to be in agreement: 2015 is predicted to be another year of growth for the apartment business, after a very robust 2014. Let's take a brief glimpse into actual statements made some of those industry experts and then we'll explore some of the implications that I see for tenant screening companies.
FRS-ITI has long been a front runner in background screening technology. We are proud to open this Blog for our clients, users, vendors, prospects and industry experts!
The heart and soul of a non-profit's mission rests on utilizing people in various capacities. Wouldn't it make sense to know a little about these people to whom you trust your organization's resources, reputation, and constituency? With this question in mind, let me describe a few common mistakes non-profits make when it comes to using background checks.
This month, September 2013, marks the 10th Annual National Preparedness Month. This event presents a great opportunity for employment screening firms to connect with their clients to help improve their organization's risk management processes, review their background screening package and new products available to these organizations, as well as review their own company's disaster preparedness plan.
Here a conference...there a conference...EVERYWHERE another conference! If you're like me, you're inundated with conference invitations. I am constantly deluged with invitations to numerous conferences; some are virtual conferences and others are in-person conferences. My inbox is flooded and, at times, it can be pretty overwhelming. It can be tempting to just hit the "delete" button to get rid of all of them. However, if I did that, I may be throwing out the proverbial baby with the bath water and, as a responsible business person, that is the last thing I'd ever want to do. In this blog, I thought I'd share my thoughts with you for sorting it all out and making the best possible decisions. After all, each of us has constraints in terms of time and money (budget) and we all need to achieve the greatest possible ROI.