Review Category : Safety & Security Tips

A Small Business Guide to Simple But Effective Security Solutions

Small Business SecurityAs a small business owner, you’re constantly wearing several hats: HR specialist, founder, even custodian, sometimes—just to name a few. Not to add even more responsibility to your plate, but it’s imperative for small business owners to also act as the head of security to ensure that your business is always protected.  

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Employees Steal More Than Shoplifters in US, Study Reports

retail-loss-prevention-black-fridayAs Black Friday and the official start of the holiday shopping season stand pressed against the gates ready to burst forth, countless retailers may be saddled with a different, unforeseen concern: employee theft now makes up more retail loss in America than shoplifting, according to a new report.

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The Distracted Driving Epidemic: Tips to Curb Teen Texting and More

teen-texting-distracted-drivingIf you’ve flipped on network TV in recent months, odds are you’ve caught a disturbing commercial featuring a carload of teens that turns from happy to tragic in a split second. The campaign aims to discourage teen texting and driving, and data suggests now is the best time to do so.

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Seasons Thievings: The Top 5 Most Shoplifted Items of 2013

shoplifted products 2013The holidays bring both the best and worst out of people. On one hand the spirit of the season causes unparalleled acts of charity, and on the other, criminal-minded opportunists look for any excuse to take advantage. So in the spirit of taking, we offer our list of the top 5 most shoplifted items this holiday season.

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“What’s the Best Way for Parents to Keep Their Children Safe Online?”

blog_image_comp_securityThe question that tops this story was recently posed to a panel of security and parenting experts by safesoundfamily.com. One of those experts was none other than our own CEO, Todd Morris, who offered one of the many salient pieces of advice found in the article. Let’s take a look at his advice as well as some of the other experts’.

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10 Things Your Nanny Won’t Tell You

Nanny-QuestionsMost of the time, if an applicant lies when trying to land a job, it’s relatively risk-free: “My biggest weakness is that I care too much.” “I graduated from Cornell with honors!” When interviewing a nanny, however, a little lie or equivocation could have dire consequences for your kids. And the dangers are magnified if your nanny will be taking care of an infant, who can’t report back to you at the end of your workday.

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