Keeping Your Truckers Honest

While most drivers are honest, there are a percentage who succumb to opportunity and temptation.


Another aspect of an overt surveillance is to compare a driver's time when he was being audited to the time he typically takes when doing the same route. If the driver, while being monitored, can do that same route in record time, you may want to target him for a covert surveillance.

When an on-going surveillance program is in place, employee accuracy and integrity tends to stay high, which is exactly what you want to achieve. Remember, the secret to a successful asset protection program is prevention, i.e., keeping your workforce honest, not apprehension.

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