Preventing shoplifters can save your profits and your reputation. Follow our top six tips to keep you from having to play bad cop at your place of business!
Employee theft is an occupational hazard that no employer wants to encounter. Unfortunately, it’s a crime business owners cannot ignore, with an estimated global loss of $3.5 trillion annually.
When discussing business security, employee theft often ranks at the top of the list but business owners have to cast a wide net to ensure extensive security and safety. Regardless whether it’s internal or external theft, we want you to be Per Mar protect…
With an influx of shoppers out and about during the holiday season comes an influx of retail theft. This theft can happen at small mom-and-pops, the large box retails and everywhere in between. Don’t let losses trump your record-breaking sales; follow the…
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You already have a lot on your plate as a property manager and, unfortunately, criminals can add to it. Being reactive is dangerous and costly; finding a few simple ways to be more preventative and proactive can help save you time, money and personal dama…
We’ve covered at length how to prevent break-ins and keep a secure facility, but some criminals are persistent (have you ever seen The Thomas Crown Affair?) and will make attempts even on the most secure grounds.
Commercial construction projects are especially vulnerable to vandalism and theft because there is little to no protection by way of doors, locks or even walls in many cases.
Did you know December is National Write a Business Plan Month? Often overlooked in business planning are important topics such as securing assets, employee and customer safety and theft.
Retail is tricky. Your space has to look good, have a certain flow and appeal to the masses but also be a safe space for shoppers, vendors and your retail employees, in addition to being profitable, of course