Rioting can happen anywhere in the country or locally impacting your franchise system and/or your specific business. In 2020 alone, this has cost our owners/clients (your system) millions in damages, lost income, and lost pay for countless employee's that work in the closed locations. Boarding up windows is one thing that can be done along [...]
Active shooter events in the United States have risen dramatically in recent years. This webinar, hosted by the National Restaurant Association in partnership with JacksonLewis discusses: Key components of an active shooter response policy. Law enforcement recommendations. Potential workplace violence indicators. Steps to address previous violent behavior or indicators of violence. Actions to prevent and [...]
Background checks are relatively commonplace in many industries, but others don’t see the value. When debating whether to run checks, consider this: 69% of employers have made a bad hire. Of those, 41% reported that a bad hire had cost them $25,000 with nearly 25% reporting that a bad hire had cost them more [...]
One of the main considerations for changing from standard parking lot lighting to LED lighting is the cost savings on your electrical bill. Studies have shown that parking lot lighting constitutes about 12% of your monthly electric bill. Although 12% may not seem like a ‘deep well’ of cost to look to, one store in [...]
Stop Holiday Fraud – Tips for Owners to Combat Gift Card Theft and Counterfeit Bills The holidays can be a great time of year for owner-operators with gift card sales and more customers stopping in for a bite while on the road. The downside? It also can be a prime time for fraud, between increased [...]
Every camera has a job just like your employees. Click on the link below to view best camera placement locations throughout your store.
Violence Prevention and Proactive Action Related Information: Crime, People, Property/Liab., Security Tough economic times can unfortunately bring more criminal activity to restaurants. Crime can be categorized as a robbery, domestic violence against an employee, or an assault or robbery that occurs on your property— even when none of your employees are involved. Sometimes, simply because [...]
Put A Robbery Policy In Place Now Related Information: Crime, People, Property/Liab., Security Make sure employees follow your crime and violence related policies at all times. Remember even the basics, like if a person has caused trouble in the past returns to the store, that person shouldn’t be ignored by an employee. Based on knowing [...]
Learn about preventing and protecting your money in your business bank account.
Cybercrime is on the increase, but an increasing awareness of the problem is expected to drive demand for more specialist insurance.
Security is important in preventing serious injuries and loss of profits. Ensure you are at least following these basics.
8 Tips for Secure Transactions To help avoid malware-enabled wire and ACH fraud, here are seven tips for financial institutions to share with their customers: Use a Dedicated Machine Then Monitor Closely Computers are relatively inexpensive; use a separate dedicated machine for all of your online financial transactions. If multiple people need transaction access, each person [...]