You rely on your employees to keep your business running and profitable, but what happens if your employees are actually hurting your business? Dishonest employees can cost your company valuable money and time. Installing a video surveillance system at your premises can help minimize losses and keep employees honest.
A video surveillance system can prevent employee theft, keep your employees on task, and secure restricted areas. Video surveillance can also protect you as a business owner from false workers’ compensation as well as ensure your employees are treating your customers well.
Prevent employee theft by installing a video surveillance system
Companies lose over 50 billion dollars every year due to employee theft and the number increases each year. Thousands of companies shut down every year due directly to this type of theft. Adding video surveillance to your current security system can help stop this crime. Obvious surveillance cameras will alert employees that someone is watching, while hidden cameras in key locations can catch employees being dishonest.
Keep your employees on task with a video surveillance system
A video surveillance system will let you see exactly what your employees are doing when you are gone. This security system can also allow you to view live feed remotely using a mobile device. If you see an issue, you can take action immediately to correct the problem. Knowing someone is watching will keep the rest of your team doing their job.
Keep restricted areas secure by installing a video surveillance system
Some areas of your business may be off-limits to most of your employees, like your personal office or a room where cash is stored. A video surveillance system allows you to see if anyone is accessing this area without authorization. If an employee does act dishonestly, you will have recorded video evidence.
Protect yourself from false workers’ compensation claims with a video surveillance system
Some people try to take advantage of their employers by making false workers’ compensation claims. Video surveillance is one way to protect yourself from this kind of fraud. It is critical to keep footage from each camera for at least one year. If a worker waits weeks or months before making a claim, you do not want to lose the evidence of what really happened. With a video surveillance system installed in your business, it is easy to verify or dispute a claim.
Ensure your employees are treating your customers well with a video surveillance system
To remain profitable, you depend on your customer satisfaction level. It is important that your employees treat every customer well for repeat business. Adding video surveillance to your security system helps ensure your employees are making each customer feel welcome and appreciated.
Let the experts at 1st Alarm guide you to the right system for your needs. If you want to learn more about how video surveillance can help secure your business, call us today at 1(800) 276-5559. You can also connect with us via email or visit us in person. We provide alarm services throughout West Texas and the Texas Panhandle, with locations in Midland, Odessa, Amarillo, Lubbock, Abilene, El Paso, and San Angelo.