Do you live somewhere that makes you feel less than secure? Are you thinking about buying a big dog in order to help deter burglars and other criminals? While a large dog can sometimes prevent you from becoming a target for thieves, having a dog isn't a guarantee that you won't be robbed or burgled. Instead of, or in addition to, a new canine companion, you might want to consider installing a security system in your home.
As a business owner, you are fully aware that theft is a huge problem. Although many people think about an intruder gaining access to their building as the primary threat, employee theft is a real problem as well. When combating employee theft, it requires you to plan your security design from the inside, out. Even if you think you have an efficient plan in place, here are three security mistakes you want to avoid to ensure your business is better protected from employee theft.