Health club operators should know what warning signs suggest an employee could be a child predator and take extra precautions to keep kids safe. Photo by Thinkstock.
Sidebar: Warning Signs of a Possible Predator
Even when club operators do background checks on all employees, predators can slip through the cracks, especially since many predators have not been caught. For that reason, staff need to be trained to watch for warning signs of a possible predator in the midst. A person’s outward appearance is not necessarily a warning sign. The predator could be the 23-year-old Ivy League school graduate who runs an amazing sports program and is loved by everyone, says Crystal Chavarie, vice ...
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