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Security & Safety Measures When Planning for Workforce Reduction and The Top 10 Threats Faced By Employers in 2008

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Planning for Workforce Reduction in Hard Economical Times – 1 Hour

The recession has strong emotional and psychological effects on employees, especially when it comes down to ethics and morale. Employee security safety measures should be on the top of every employer’s contingency plan when preparing for a reduction in workforce. Learn what steps to take to better secure your company’s assets and how to reduce your liability. Employers must take proactive measures to safeguard confidential company information from employees who may become disgruntled during a layoff and want to retaliate by causing economical harm to the business or physical harm to employees.

The Top 10 Threats Faced By Employers in 2008 – 1 Hour

No employer is immune. Whether you are a sole proprietor, a small business or large corporation, your company could be at risk. Insiders are not just employees. Today they can include contractors, business partners, auditors, even alumnus. The underlying complexities of insider threats, including the very definition of insider, are poorly understood.

This seminar will have a significant effect, not only on how employers view insider risk, but on how organizations can effectively respond to potential threats and actual behaviors. Some of the issues covered will include: Computer Security, Substance Abuse, Pre-Employment Background Screening, Performing Security Surveys, Employee Training, Hostile Terminations, Workers’ Compensation Fraud, Due Diligence Investigations and Theft.

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009Where:
The Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
350 S. Bixel, Los Angeles, CA 90017

Registration Time: 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM

No later than Tuesday, May 5th, 2009
(562) 319-0411 or email Michele Cordova,

Seating is limited to only 50 guests. Make sure you sign-up today!
Parking is available at the chamber for $12.00 or across the street for $6.00.

Hosted by Diversified Risk Management, Inc., a Nationwide Workplace Investigation Firm.