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    Social Media Surveillance for FMLA claims

    May 14, 2017 @ 3:51 pm
    posted by wppadmin

    smsffmlac_smSince the FMLA law was passed in 1993, employers have become increasingly concerned about employee abuse, particularly of intermittent leave.

    Whether it be a certification for a personal health issue or that of a family member, workers who abuse FMLA create many problems for employers including production and morale, ultimately costing companies significant amounts of money.

    Often times employees are found taking vacation, working another job, or doing something other than tending to their health condition or that of a loved one.

    The Internet is filled with valuable data points useful to support a case. Employees often post about their vacation, check-in via social apps, tweet, share pics, and other indicators that their reason for absence is questionable.

    With our Social Media Surveillance service, we can often predict when an employee is going to take time off before it happens. We watch for patterns and predictors that act as warning flags.

    If their activity triggers a warning flag, we alert you immedately.

    Why use Social Media Surveillance?

    • Predict when employees may be absent
    • Maximize surveillance results
    • Act on fraudulent leave of absence
    • Send a message that abuse will not be tolerated

    Social Media Surveillance can be used stand alone or in conjunction with our other surveillance services.


    Protect Your Company from Termination Retaliation

    May 7, 2017 @ 10:42 pm
    posted by wppadmin

    TERPS-tempWhen an employee gets fired, laid off, or otherwise terminated, they often feel a need for revenge or retaliation against a former employer, supervisor or co-worker. This is an increasing and a real concern for many companies of all sizes.

    Infoquest Termination Retaliation Protection Surveillance (TRPS) provides surveillance of terminated employees to guard against retaliation or sabotage.

    According to federal statistics, there were 1.5 million workplace assaults in 2012, taking the lives of about 450 people. Its lingering effects have destroyed successful businesses, well-intentioned leaders and entire families.

    In addition, business owners who do nothing are increasingly being held liable for not making their premises safe for employees and customers.

    Protect your company and employees by placing the terminated employee under 24/7 surveillance. We will closely monitor him/her for any signs of violence or sabatoge, working closely with law enforcement and immediately notifying you of any potential danger.

    Ask us about how to protect your company from violence and lawsuits before, during, and after a potentially violent termination.