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How to Prevent Office Theft

April 27, 2009

Theft in the workplace is more common (and more damaging) than you might realize – and we’re not talking about stolen lunches. Cash, computers, and even identities could be snatched from right under your nose – in your building – and the results can be devastating.

“Workplace theft is a huge problem; according to a survey by CNN, it’s the cause of failure for one in three businesses,” says Joe Mac McConnell, vice president of small business at ADT Security Services in Boca Raton, FL. Building owners and facility managers need to equip themselves to fight office crime and protect their businesses with an integrated, careful approach. Find out who may be stealing from you, and how you can prevent it.

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