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Dealing with Disloyal Employees
Employees can be the most important asset and the worst threat of every business.

More than 50% of  IT infrastructure breaches and sensitive data leaks in businesses and even government agencies comes from inside, either intentionally or not.

Disloyal employees are one of the worst threats of a business today. There are many reasons why an employee may commit a crime against their employer's IT infrastructure:

a Not being promoted
a Not receiving a leave or a raise
a Not being recognized or have their efforts appreciated
a  Being warned or dismissed
a Having a financial dispute with their employer

However another motive might be greed. If offered a significant amount of money, an employee can easily perform industrial espionage or sabotage, on behalf of a third party (a competitor, or a former employee).
Browse through our pages in order to discover the possible threats your business is facing.

Check our pages on Employment Tribunals and Electronic Exit interviews.

Strathclyde Forensics will provide you with a discreet investigation, present evidence (if it exists) for you to take legal action and protect yourself and your business. We shall also provide you with advice for dealing with the issue and how to avoid future threats.

We have significant experience with business investigations regarding disloyal and potentially disloyal employees. We have also provided support to both employers and employees in employment tribunals and disciplinary hearings.

Contact us to see how we can help you.