As I mentioned in my previous post, theft from break-ins and shoplifting is generally a fraction of the losses business owners incur compared to employee theft and collusion with dishonest customers.
"One of the things that has disappointed me the most over the years is the amount of theft that you need to deal with as a business owner," writes Jim Sobeck in his column. He shares his advice on how to prevent break-ins and thefts at your business. With a few simple, additions your place of business can become a mecca of security.
"Once you have closed on the acquisition there are several steps you need to take to ensure success," writes Jim Sobeck, owner of New South Construction Supply in West Columbia, S.C. "Most of these steps need to be done quickly after closing to increase your chances of a successful acquisition."