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August 2010 Newsletter
Private Eyes, Inc. has experienced a very busy month with
changes and upgrades to our procedures. We have been
improving our processes to better serve clientele's
In upcoming events, Private Eyes, Inc. will
be exhibiting at the ASA Convention & Expo in Las Vegas this coming October. We
are excited to apply the knowledge we absorb from this convention into our work
here at Private Eyes, Inc.
This month's Employee Spotlight in on Janice
Worrall, our receptionist. Janice is an extremely important part of Private
The importance of pre-employment
and background screening is reiterated by Maricela Solorio in the second
article. In this day and age, employers need to be extremely careful when
selecting there employee, especially those who will work directly with and
responsible for others. Private Eyes, Inc is here for exactly that. Take
the stress off your hands and let us deal with making sure your work
environment is safe.
Looks as though the economy might be making a turn for the
better! The third article states that the US economy is improving every
day. The recovery remains slow; however, it does appear to be on a steady
Janice Worrall is our wonderful receptionist. She is the
first person most people hear and see when they call or visit Private Eyes,
Inc. Janice greets all visitors with a warm, inviting smile. Her position is key
to the culture of our office environment and keeping everything flowing
smoothly. When asked about her job, Janice stated, "I look forward to coming
into work every day. I love interacting with people and this job provides that
opportunity. Each day is full of a variety of things that I am responsible for
Report: Nurses Have Criminal Records
The California State Board of Registered Nursing made quite a disturbing discovery. They found that
dozens of registered nurses have been convicted of serious crimes
including murder, sex offenses and robbery. Apparently since the
background checks and fingerprints were not required until 1990.
by Maricela Solorio
Many nurses did not go through background checks. Since a Los Angeles Times
article in 2008, the board has made background checks mandatory. The
investigation also revealed that not only did the regulators not know
about the convictions nor did they act quickly once the found out about
Attorney General Jerry Brown is looking at least 13 cases against nurses.
Economists See "Healthy Expansion" in U.S.
Steady Progress Expected, but Job Growth to Remain Sluggish, According to Economic Group's Survey
(AP) Economists expect the recovery to
remain "firmly on track" over the next two years though job growth is
likely to remain slow, according to a new survey.
The latest outlook from The National Association for Business Economics,
set to be released Monday, sees regular job gains resuming this quarter
but no drop in unemployment below 9 percent for another year. Consumer
spending will be relatively sluggish as consumers continue to dig
themselves out of debt but inflation is expected to remain subdued, and
home prices should rise at a rate slightly above inflation in 2010 and
"We see a healthy expansion under way, although it will take time to
reduce economic slack and repair damaged balance sheets," said Lynn
Reaser, the group's president and chief economist at Point Loma Nazarene
The NABE forecast is largely consistent with its last quarterly
forecast in November and reflects an economy in slow-but-steady recovery
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