Price modification, inappropriate discounts

Télésurveillance vs Vidéosurveillance

La vidéosurveillance, c’est l’enregistrement de ce qui se passe, afin de pouvoir faire des vérifications par la suite, il faut donc des caméras et un système d’enregistrement. Les critères de sélection de l’équipement seront alors : Positionnement stratégique des caméras Choix judicieux des caméras en fonction de l’environnement et l’objectif visé La qualité des images…
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Système rentable

Attention aux apparences, il ne suffit pas de comparer la qualité des images montrées à l’écran « LIVE » lors d’une démo, le plus important, ce sont les images enregistrées; en vidéosurveillance on regarde ce qui s’est passé et non ce qui se passe, alors, il faut : Facilité d’utilisation Quand c’est compliqué à trouver,…
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What can you find in your garbage container?

This is a very popular way for employees to take goods or tools outside your premises. To prevent: Make sure all cartons are taken apart before going to the container Prevent access to the container by third parties Have a camera pointed on the access to the container Review recorded videos regularly » View a…
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Products or equipment considered as « no good » taken by employees

If your employees are entitled to buy, or to get free items that are considered as obsolete or not resellable, they may be tempted to generate such items. To prevent Only ONE person should be appointed to: determine if an item is not resellable. determine who can get what Keep these items in one single…
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Tools taken into the car at meal or rest breaks

If your employees have access to their car at rest break, there is a great risk of theft. To prevent: There should be only one exit to the parking lot Have a camera pointed on that door Review recorded videos regularly

Post void or « no-sale » ticket

When a cash sale is completed, the cashier can simulate a “no-sale”, arguing that the customer changed his mind. The cashier simply prints a “copy” of the original transaction, gives it to the customer and gets a full refund after the customer has left. A “no-sale” can occur when it is easy for the cashier…
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