Your inputs on Loss Prevention

Posted by jose on Mon, 08/17/2009 - 06:12

I just want to hear your inputs if it is fair for the client to charge any loss of goods to the security company that were incurred due to the negligence of poor reaction its officers?
And also, is it fair that the security company will be accountable for the store unknown stocklosses above clients budget?
 
 
 
 

 


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Re: your inputs on loss prevention

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. B. Franklin

NO!  Unless  your company employees are bonded for losses or contractually responsible for these losses your company shouldn't  be responsible for them. The end user of your services would have the option of suing to recover any losses if they occurred due to your officer(s) negligence. Should your company agree to be accountable for "unknown stock losses"  the company owner/manager should look for another line of work or contact me I have some Arizona oceanfront property I'm looking to sell.  ; ) gate. 

 




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