In 2020, the security industry has had to step up and embrace new technologies, and in some cases to adapt existing ones to address the changing security landscape.
We all strive to achieve excellence in our work, but how do we define excellence? It goes without saying that both security firms and in-house corporate security departments expect excellence from the services and technology solutions they use. But how do you measure service delivery excellence?
Despite being very visible at the front of the line during the last 19 months of the pandemic, security officers now find themselves at the back of the line in terms of priority when it comes to the Covid-19 vaccine.
TrackTik, an innovative and growing cloud-based security workforce management company based in Montreal, Quebec, is proud to announce its recent partnership with Amaka, the gold standard in accounting integrations.
The year was 1945, and equality between men and women was a core tenet in the United Nations Charter. Seventy-five years later, women and girls still live in a world of gender inequality. 2020 marked the 20th anniversary of Security Council Resolution 1325 (UNSCR 1325) on Women, Peace, and Security, yet the gender gap remains…
TrackTik Software, global builder of security workforce management software, today announced that it has been named one of Canada’s Top and Medium-Sized Employers for 2021 by the editors of Canada's Top 100 Employers.
While most of us are working remotely, socially distancing when running errands, or encountering neighbours on the street, security officers continue to show up for work, often commuting by public transportation to perform their shifts and then returning home.
With tensions at an all-time high right now, it’s important to ensure that our frontline security officers remain as calm, cool, and collected as possible during these difficult and trying times.
While many security companies recognize that hungry and tired security officers aren’t at their most productive, providing meal or rest breaks to employees isn’t universally required by law (though many employers do provide meal or rest breaks out of courtesy).
As the UK is tightening restrictions, and people are being urged to work from home, there are some important lessons learned that the security service industry can take away from what is now referred to as the first wave of Covid-19.
While security organizations around the world are eager to get back to business, months of stay-at-home mandates have created a workforce who may be anxious or even reluctant to return to physical workplaces in the post-pandemic world.
Whether they’re standing guard at the 24-hour grocery store, screening your carry-on at O’Hare, or accompanying Meghan Markle and her dogs on a walk through a forest of Douglas fir trees, private security guards have been a common sight all over the world for decades. And while the private security industry has changed over the…