In response to the article by Matt Gingell published in The Independent on the 18th of June 2015 titled, “Ageism at work: older workers are being unfairly overlooked” (https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/ageism-at-work-older-workers-are-being-unfairly-overlooked-10330188.html), the Private Detectives at Oxford raise awareness about share the benefits of proper surveillance in preventing cases of workplace bullying.
The article penned by Matt Gingell published in The Independent on 18 June 2015: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/ageism-at-work-older-workers-are-being-unfairly-overlooked-10330188.html, discusses in detail how employers wrongly assess older workers ranking below the younger ones because of such workers show agitation regarding learning, development and assessing new skills. The article states the unfair stereotyping of older employees resulting in the kind of marginalization that impedes upon the said class’s productivity. The article further warned employers not to let go of older workers against younger ones because of the wealth of experience, expertise and knowledge such employees bring to the table.
In response to the article in The Independent, the team of Private Detectives at Oxford (https://privatedetectives-oxford.co.uk) lay down the importance of installing surveillance cameras in workplaces. Oftentimes, when a young employee is hired in a well-established company, the workers who have established a strong career position resort to bullying. As a result of this, several young and aspiring individuals are forced to quit or relocate. Private detectives at Oxford offer an effective and proactive solution to this ongoing problem with the installation of surveillance cameras. All workers–new and old—should be notified of the cameras to ensure everyone’s best behavior at all times. The cameras record every action and move made by each individual serving as concrete proof if required. The surveillance cameras also instill a certain level of confidence in the new employees and keep the older employees on guard. In extreme cases, when a new employee is accused of an immoral act, the cameras serve as proof, making it easy for the employer to judge whether the accusations being made are well-grounded in reality or solely to jeopardize the career of the individual.
Chris Long is the Chief Investigator at Private Detectives Oxford (https://privatedetectives-oxford.co.uk). The detective provides clients with a variety of ways through which one can prevent the growth of workplace bullying and be more productive at the workplace. The expert says, “When it comes to someone’s first job, everyone experiences certain kinds of trouble. Our job is to prevent it in every way possible. With the installation of surveillance cameras, a certain kind of fear can be instilled within the old workers. They are careful when making any immoral move towards a younger and newer employee. If someone does something that is unacceptable to the morals and rules of the company, immediate action can be taken against the individual. This ensures their security at a workplace and allows them to grow without fear of being bullied.” Chris can be contacted through the company phone number (01865 930 124) for further advice or assistance in the same or similar matter.
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