Background checks key to ensuring safety when choosing a domestic worker

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With crimes involving people employed at homes on the rise, proper checks on potential domestic employees is more important than ever.

Doing proper checks on the people you employ is the best way to safeguard your loved ones and home, advises Fidelity ADT head of marketing and communications Charnel Hattingh.

“Choosing reliable and loyal domestic helpers is essential to safeguarding your home and family, whether you are home or not,” she said.

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