Video Surveillance & Monitoring 

Camera's Improve Security AND...

Video Surveillance can be a supervisory asset that is always working but NOT on your payroll.  We know how to integrate technologies that make you more efficient and increase productivity.

More than half of U.S. employers utilize some form of employee surveillance equipment. According to a 2007 American Management Association Electronic Monitoring & Surveillance Survey, 45 percent of businesses monitor employee computer and phone use. Fully 48 percent of employers surveyed have placed video monitors in the workplace. 

Hours lost daily to distractions

Three in four employers estimate that workers waste at least 2 hours a day, according to the survey.

Source: CareerBuilder

How bosses say workers waste time

More than half of employers cited mobile phones as the worst office productivity killer, according to a new Harris Poll commissioned by CareerBuilder.

Source: CareerBuilder

The bottom line? Yours!

  • An OfficeTeam report says businesses lose on average $10,000 per employee every year due to office distractions.

  • Every year, distracted employees cost U.S. businesses $650 billion.

  • The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates unnecessary meetings cost American businesses $37 billion in lost productivity annually.

  • It is estimated distractions caused by social media sites cost business $2.25 billion a year alone.

Enhancing Productivity

Surveillance cameras are a useful tool for helping employees to stay on task. Employees who know that they may be watched on  cameras are more likely to be productive with their time. They know that any non-work activity will be caught on camera. As a result, most employees find easier to stay on task.

Privacy Concerns

We can address any issues or concerns you may have about privacy in the workplace. The trend of time wasting activities is increasing. Companies who initiate proactive strategies early can adjust policies that reduce impacts to productivity and profitability.  Our incremental approach will bring about a low impact transition that raises accountability standards efficiently.