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Workplace Violence Prevention is a Leadership Initiative

Posted 03/31/2015 by Mimi Lanfranchi

In 2011, our company commissioned a national workplace violence survey of Americans who work outside of the home. From the results, we were surprised to learn that according to employees, more than half of CEOs and Presidents are not concerned with workplace violence within their organization. Read more >

Perception is (Security) Reality

Posted 03/24/2015 by Paul Stab

Perception is reality. In the security industry, we must carefully gauge and nurture the perception of those around us to help ensure that we are meeting expectations, gaining support for enhancements and creating environments that feel as safe as they are. Read more >

Security Staffing RFP: Basics that Guide Your Decision

Posted 03/17/2015 by Guest Author

A sizeable effort must be invested into your security RFP process. After proposals are received, vetting and qualifying providers that meet your every day and extraordinary requirements takes time, sound input and a real understanding of what and where your security needs exist. Read more >

Narrowing the Field of Security Providers

Posted 03/10/2015 by Caress Kennedy

The request for proposal (RFP) process to select a security officer services provider helps an organization formalize the opportunity, effectively budget and identify quality providers. There are a number of key points to keep in mind to help you narrow the field. Read more >

Customer Focused Security Improves Residential Service

Posted 03/03/2015 by Andrew Daniels

Security officers often serve as the first and last impression of a residential community, complex or building. It is important that residents, their families and their guests feel safe, secure and welcome. Read more >


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