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3 Things to Consider to Protect Your Small Business From Theft
Posted on October 2, 2017 10:18 AM by Max Video
Categories: Commercial Security
As a small business owner, you have to be careful no matter what industry you're working in. Not only do you have to be careful and protect your actual cash revenue, but you have to protect your product inventory, your equipment, your employees, and your property. 
 
Because so much is riding on keeping all your costly items and your finances safe, as a small business owner you should do everything you can to protect your business. Here are a few things to consider in order to keep your company afloat in the competitive marketplace. 

Beware of employee theft   
 
According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, it's estimated that employee theft costs U.S. business owners between $20 billion and $40 billion each year. Far too many business owners are diligent about protecting their organizations from outside criminals, but spend no time, money, or energy preventing employee theft. Because employee theft is so common and so costly, it's essential that you not only monitor your employees to the best of your ability, but you hire trustworthy staff members from the start. Be sure to actually check each individual reference and have serious conversations with potential job candidates before you hire just anyone. 
 
Security surveillance system installation   
 
By purchasing the best surveillance cameras for small businesses, you'll be able to actually sleep at night knowing that your money, items, and property are protected. It's estimated that 67% of all burglaries can be avoided by security surveillance system installation. In addition to these cameras providing preventative measures, you'll be able to (most likely) get to the bottom of who actually committed any crime since it would be on camera.  
 
Keep tabs on everything
 
Although monitoring your items with commercial surveillance cameras is a great way to stay organized, you should still perform daily inventory checks so there isn't any confusion each day. Not knowing when something is missing right away will only give the criminal a better chance of getting away. So go through your entire inventory and keep diligent track of your finances every day. 
 
Whether you need business or home security cameras systems, working with security surveillance system installation is a must. If you want to learn more about protecting your small business or work with video surveillance installation services, contact Max Video Systems. 
 

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