Joe Rosner

  • Avoiding Workplace Violence: What Property Managers Need to Know

    The recent sexual assault of a Texas property manager serves as a tragic reminder of the potential for crime and violence inherent in working with the public. However, hardened criminals are just one potential source of trouble. Tenants, visitors, co-workers, vendors and spillovers from domestic violence are also areas of risk.

    National 23 February 2012 21:22

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