What kind of value would you place on never having to worry again about the safety of your clients and employees?
How much would it be worth to know that your customers can concentrate on the value your services bring instead of worrying about their safety?
No one benefits when a consumer has to factor in their personal safety when thinking about whether or not they should purchase from a company. Your customers should have the freedom to focus on the value you are providing. When they are secure in their own personal safety, they will not only be more likely to become repeat customers, but they will also be more likely to recommend your company to others.
Wouldn't it be nice if you could focus on running and growing your business without having to worry about protecting it?
What about knowing that you are proactively preventing liability and negative publicity for your company?
What would it be worth if you had the 100% trust of investors and stakeholders because they know you have a secure system in place which is actively preventing liability and negative publicity?
You are never more vulnerable than when you are entrusting your brand value to a client, licensee, franchisee, stakeholder, or employee. Human fallibility will inevitably produce people who will violate the trust of your company and put your company’s reputation at risk.
The Bottom Line: An overall increase in consumer, employee, and stakeholder trust will help your company grow by reducing risk and increasing revenue.
An industry leading business was greatly impacted when a law suit alleging 108 acts of inappropriate behavior was lodged. The business and the industry suffered from the weight of the negative publicity and consumer reaction that followed. Consumers now have reason to doubt. They are questioning, “Did the business do enough to protect me?”
Unfortunately, from that point forward, the business has had to fight against the stigma of “Am I safe in your establishment?”
Minimizing legal liability from employees and customers is a standard part of any business.
Numerous training, employee handbooks, customer policies and disclaimers exist to help mitigate risk. What happens when this isn't enough?
How does a business anticipate and monitor legal liability exposure in real time across a statewide, nationwide or global operation?
Artificial intelligence is the solution.