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Covid-19 Returning to work

Poll results from our Spanish team around how employees are feeling about getting back to work and going to the office. Have your company asked your opinion or communicated as to when and why they are getting you back to the office?

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Is your business based in London? Then it is worth reading the latest statistics on crime, which show which areas of the city have the highest crime rate. You may be surprised by what you read. The spike in crime rates has rightly left many people concerned about security. Do you have the right security to help prevent burglary, robbery, vandalism and other threats to your business?

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When you run a car dealership, whether franchised or independent, security needs to be a top priority when it comes to day-to-day business. You may assume that stealing a car from a dealership presents more problems than stealing a car off the street, but this is, in fact not the case - dealerships are often targeted by gangs who ‘steal to order’. In this article we will take an in-depth look at what you can do as a dealership to build a security system which helps to prevent costly vandalism or theft.

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Road haulage is an essential part of the fabric of the UK, supplying goods to people and businesses. Haulage is a highly competitive marketplace but a low-margin business. It is a service-driven industry, responding to fluctuating customer demand. The industry today is strongly IT-led, with most operators working within a tightly regulated licensing regime that actively promotes road safety compliance.

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The global biometrics market is growing at a rapid pace. Diverse worldwide needs for increased security to combat rising instances of security breaches, identity theft and data hacking are driving business to seek out authentication technologies that are reliable and difficult to fake

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Tailgating is one of the most common security breach methods. It starts out innocently, an employee opening a door and holding it open for others, visitors without badges or the passive acceptance of an un-uniformed worker. The problem with these lax situations is that they open your business to undocumented and unauthorised entry by individuals who could intend harm to your property and occupants.