A security manager or chief security officer is an organization’s top executive who has the responsibility for ensuring overall security, from the physical safety of employees to safety of the equipment and data. Security is an enormous responsibility that needs ingenuity and proper planning. A strategy is a long-term plan of action that would affect outcomes in the organization. It is not about having tactics but it’s about having choices that would make the organization survive with relative stability.
Employee honesty is an integral aspect of any workplace. It encompasses trustworthiness in terms of doing his job in accordance to the company’s expectations and respect for others belongings and the company’s property. In other words, an honest employee is someone who does not steal property or company time doing something else. A security manager needs to have strategies to manage employee honesty since people’s concept of honesty could vary.
The strategy should focus on upholding what the company considers honest behavior from the workforce. It should include a policy or criteria that each person must adhere to. Without a strategy, employees may commit a mistake and management would not be able to hold them accountable since there are no clear guidelines. When there is a strategy in place to manage employee honesty, the workplace and its people will have relative stability and calm where everyone can do his work without being afraid.
For example, a retail organization could require all of its sales personnel to open their bags for inspection before leaving the premises. This strategy would tell people that management is alert and watchful. In the long run, even dishonest people would not dare hide something because they know that they will still get caught. Without a strategy like this, the company could stand to lose a lot of money.