Strong supervisors are essential to the success of a security guarding company. They are the eyes and ears in day-to-day operations for owners. Supervisors set the tone for leadership with officers.
Transitioning private security services between companies is common in the security guard industry. Most of the time, you will not be the first security service provider for your new clients.
SoPs...it’s one of those business terms people toss around, but how many people actually know what they are? And for the ones that do, how frequently and well are they using them?
The private security industry has a problem that most business owners have just learned to accept - turnover. Security officers turnover at a national average of around 62%.
If 2020 has taught the world anything so far, it is to be better prepared for crisis. The good news is that some situations are starting to look up.
For any small business in 2020, a website is as essential as a phone number. Your website serves many useful purposes for your business.
Have you ever thought about trying to win contracts in a brand new industry? If you have, you know that every new industry you try to enter as a private security contractor usually brings a new set of challenges to your operation.
Figuring out what does and doesn’t work in the security sales process can be frustrating. You think you know what a potential client wants just in time to get turned down.
If you’ve ever felt like you are scrapping for success in selling security services, you’re not alone. Across all industries, the average closing rate for a contract is only about 19%.
As technology becomes more and more a part of everyday life, organizations in every industry have to think about its impact.