• Employee Theft Investigation

  • Employee Theft

    Employee theft has once again come to the fore in a South African economy that is in a down spiral. The hard facts are that in a declining economy and an increase in hardships people look towards other means to supplement their income. One such mean is unethical behaviour by employees. The losses don’t only have an impact on profits but also on additional expenses such as legal expenses, loss of productivity, additional security expenses, replacement of stock losses, increased insurance, loss of trained staff and the cost associated with training new staff.

    Industry place shrinkage between 5 % and 7% as a result of dishonest staff.

  • Theft in the Workplace
    Theft in the workplace and missing or stolen stock can lead to significant financial losses to your business.
    You’ve worked hard to construct your commercial enterprise. lengthy hours, time away from your circle of friends and relatives, determination. It’s a shame whilst personnel determine to steal from what you have worked so hard for.
    Hiring an employee theft private investigator can identify the cause that led to the stolen or missing stock. Covert observation and surveillance on an employee are being implemented more and more to curb theft in the workplace.
  • Business surveillance

    Surveillance: A Private Investigator specialising in Employee workplace surveillance is trained to watch through surveillance techniques. The Private investigator will uncover and document the truth inside your bisiness. 

    Evidence: When hiring a specialist PI, certain techniques are used to determine whether your Employee is committed to his or her position in the company. A private investigator can help confirm rising suspicions of employee theft and or dealing with espionage. 

    Investigations: Investigating your Employee or workforce stealing by means of video surveillance and getting discreet and solid evidence of dealings with the opposition or not committing to his or her position in the company can lead to great benefit. Such evidence is key when confronting employees on their daily activity in the workplace.

  • Are your employees committed?
    • Using company equipment after hours or over weekends
    • Using company stock for private work
    • Removing stock from warehouse 
    • Not making month end targets 
    • Spending more time on the road
    • Staying away from work (Sick Certificate Fraud)
    • Secretive phone calls
    • Missing Meetings and Appointments