Proper Security Measures Can Help a Business Owners' Bottom Line Profitability

Business owners need to invest, instead of spend, on security measures to help their bottom line!

Local businesses sometimes show great loyalty to their employees. Unfortunately not all employees show the same loyalty back to their employers. 

Case in point - watch shows like "Mystery Diners," "Restaurant Stakeout" or "Bar Rescue." Businesses on these shows have owners that trust employees like family yet these employees lie, cheat, steal, give away free food and drinks (beyond a level that is acceptable), run other businesses out of their employer's business (some of the secondary businesses are illegal) just to name a few. 

Today, in restaurants and bars across the US, the average employee theft total of the dishonorable actions listed above averages $47 per day. I know that doesn't sound like much. But when you look at the average annual total that equals, which is over $17,000, it is not only a staggering number number, it makes me say no wonder so many of these businesses get forced to close. 

Business owners need to seek the help of security experts. A properly designed electronic security system implementation can not only heavily reduce these actions, it can actually show a very quickl ROI (return on investment) that more than pays for itself both monetarily as well as with peace of mind. Too many business owners look at the electronic security project as a cost to their business and they never do it. 

Instead, they need to look at it the same as an investment and one that, when designed by a proper professional, can actually put money back in their pocket over a period of time of usage. For more information on this concept, please feel free to call me at 215-264-4234 or email me at cfnydick@verizon.net. As always, your comments and thoughts, whether in agreement or disagreement with my views, are always wanted and welcome!

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