Employee Checks

Employee Checks

Have you ever wondered what your employees are doing while you are not there? Which employees are actually working, which are stopping others from working or even which are stealing from you?

Many businesses lose valuable money and time due to employees being unproductive. It can mean the difference between a business being a success or failure. So it is extremely important to know that your employees are working especially when you are not there. But what are the ways that employees are unproductive? During are investigations we have found a number of ways that employees cost you money. This includes:

But the problem is, how do you monitor their activities and discreetly collect the proof you need without causing disharmony. This is where we can help. We have extensive experience in finding out discreetly the truth about exactly an employee is doing in a day. We use a number of techniques to achieve this which include:

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    Worcester is considerably an industrial city. Some of the industries are glove making, machine tools production and porcelain making. It is also site of the plant of Yamazaki Mazak Corporation. The High Street, Crown Gate, and Cathedral Plaza are known shopping centres. The University of Worcester, Worcester Sixth Form College and Heart of Worcestershire College are the city's centres for education. Berrow's Worcester Journal, acclaimed oldest newspaper in the world, started its publication in Worcester.

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