Employee engagement

Job Abandonment: How should managers handle It

Consider the situation where your most important security personnel doesn’t show up for work one day, the day after, or even the following day. After a week, it becomes quite evident that they have given up on their position. What is job abandonment, and why does it happen? Job abandonment occurs when an employee unexpectedly …

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Why site supervisors need to engage more with security officers

Site supervisors are vital to the security industry. They bridge the gap between management and security officers, ensuring everyone is on the same page and working towards the same goal. Unfortunately, many site supervisors do not engage with their security officers, leading to misunderstandings and poor performance. In this blog, we’ll discuss why site supervisors …

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How Can You Use Employee Availability to Improve Your Scheduling Process?

The first step is to know your security employees’ availability. This will help you roster your workforce on days when most casual workers are unavailable. Some of these days are on Public holidays and other special occasions. This can also be achieved by offering flexibility in their schedule. This helps improve both employee retention and …

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How to Build Long-Term Relationships with Your Clients

For your security company, establishing rapport with your clients is the first thing you should prioritise. It will make your tasks and goals more comfortable and easier to fulfill. However, the longer you work for your client, the more difficult it is to keep it. You may feel worried and anxious about uncertainties in your …

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