Workplace surveillance: What's legal?

Workplace surveillance: What’s legal?

Any business worth their salt tries to maximize profitability. When criminal employees steal money, products or time and an employer gets burned, they usually don’t want it to happen again. Thusly, it’s becoming more common to see employers put different forms of surveillance in place. These practices are often invasive and considered offensive to good…

The Case of the Executive Insurance Fraud. Video. Martin Investigative Services.

The Case of the Executive Insurance Fraud

When an executive at a multi-billion-dollar corporation was awarded disability payments for worker’s comp claims, we were hired by the insurance company to follow the executive and make sure that his claims were legitimate and no insurance fraud was taking place. We didn’t know that an otherwise routine surveillance job would lead us from Los…

The Case of the Soda Pop Thieves. Video. Martin Investigative Services. (800) 577-1080

The Case of the Soda Pop Thieves: Employee Theft Discovered by Private Investigators

A large soda pop manufacturer in Southern California suspected that they had a growing problem with employee theft, and called upon Martin Investigative Services to investigate. Management at the company recommended that we put undercover agents in their main factory. As this is a very expensive and time-intensive option, we convinced the executives to allow…