You may always want to assume the best in people, but sometimes employees can be a little bit less than honest. Maybe a few dollars disappear from your cash register, maybe some merchandise finds itself missing, or maybe the expense report that you left up to an employee is more than a little off each month. In any case, employee dishonesty insurance can be a great asset to your business, whether you’re in a particularly risky industry or you’re a small business that wants to prevent sticky fingers. Here’s how.
While it’s important to trust your employees and foster positive relations with the people you work with, it’s also important to be aware of the risk of fraud and protect your business against employee theft. There are steps you can take around your premises to prevent employee fraud, but another way to protect your business from this very common occurrence is to consider crime coverage for your business. We’ll explain how crime insurance can help your business if you ever experience employee theft.
Unfortunately, businesses face all different kinds of theft. How vulnerable are you? First, we will identify the 4 main types of theft affecting business today. Then, we will give a few suggestions on how to minimize your risk.
Business owners want to think that their employees are honest and loyal
They want to believe that their employees would never steal from them. But, that’s unfortunately not the case for many business owners.