Tip of the Week Investigations

Tip of the Week: Building the Culture of a Harassment-Free Workplace

30 November in Tip of the Week Business Continuity Planning, Tip of the Week Corporate Security, Tip of the Week Investigations

State and Federal laws require employers to provide a safe, harassment free work environment. Failing to provide such an environment places employers at risk of being in violation of the law and costs money in terms of low employee morale, low productivity, high employee turnover and risk of civil litigation. Ensuring a harassment free workplace requires active participation by management and staff at all levels of the organization. Here are five tips for keeping your employees and your business safe from sexual harassment: 1. Establish...

Tip of the Week: 5 Tips to Secure Your Business

16 October in Tip of the Week Investigations, Tip of the Week Legal Security, Tip of the Week: Security Consulting

In business, every dollar you spend on safeguarding your business assets is a dollar you can’t put to work to make a profit. This simple fact underpins the universal view of security as a “necessary evil”, resulting in most businesses choosing to have no protective measures or as little security in place as possible to keep costs down. While this approach is understandable, the failure to identify risks and vulnerabilities can leave business owners subject to litigation for negligence should a serious incident result in...

Tip of the Week – Neighborhood Security

27 September in Tip of the Week, Tip of the Week Investigations, Tip of the Week Personal Safety, Tip of the Week Protective Services

Who Owns Neighborhood Security - You! 9 Tips to Help Make Your Neighborhood a More Secure Place Neighborhood safety is a team effort, but it starts with YOU. Here are 9 tips to help make your neighborhood a safer place: 1. Know your neighbors. You can do this without being too intrusive. Simply know whether they work during the day, whether they have children (and, if so, what they look like), and what their needs are. Do you live next to a single elderly person that stays home,...