Adapting to Employee Needs

When you think about a company being able to ensure a safe workplace, the immediate thought typically goes to physical security. However, in these times, there is just as much of an emphasis on emotional security. As an employer it can be tough to navigate. That’s why we sat down with behavioral psychologist, Dr. Michael Corcoran, to talk about adapting to a new level of employee expectations.

There is now more than ever a need from employees to feel heard. They want the assurance that their voice matters and that the company they work for has the same level of commitment to their values.… Read More

The Value of Value Proposition for Security

Building a business case for security can often be a daunting task, presenting multiple challenges.  Now there’s a solution, one that works and makes good business sense.  It’s defining the real and measurable value your security business brings to any organization.  We’ll discuss how to calculate the real value Corporate Security brings to an organization.  It’s called Value Proposition, and it works.

The realization that the sum total of all our efforts was not producing the results we needed led us to look at applying proven business skills to Corporate Security. We asked ourselves about the basic business function of Security, that we couldn’t do today’s job with yesterday’s methods, and expect to be successful in the future.… Read More