Roughly $50 billion was stolen from U.S. businesses in 2015, and 75% of employees have stolen at least once from their employers, according to Statistic Brain Research Institute.
That’s a lot of lost resources and untrustworthy workers! But, what if we told you there was a way to avoid becoming one (or both) of these statistics?
Your business works hard to ensure it delivers the highest quality of services and products to customers. This can be difficult though, if you suffer from setbacks due to product or profit shrinkage. Loss due to employee theft can cause you to not have enough resources or funds necessary to keep your business operations running smoothly. But, by taking proper cautionary steps, you can kick employee theft to the curb before it even becomes an issue.
To avoid employee theft and loss to your business, it’s essential to have the proper security precautions and insurance coverages in place.