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As businesses placing the highest priority on keeping clients safe, non-profit human service organizations must be thorough in screening candidates to prevent any chance that an employee might abuse or neglect the very clients they are supposed to be helping.

While the vast majority of human services workers are caring and attentive, cases of abuse still occur. And when they do, they cause emotional angst within an organization, long-term damage to its reputation, and can make it more difficult to secure funding and volunteers.

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