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The conclusion reached by the directors of security and safety consulting service recommending the use of identification badges to stop employee theft is not conclusive persuasive and effective The premise that identification ID badges prevent theft because ten companies requiring their employees to wear ID badges did not report any thefts is flawed It leaves itself to attack because there is insufficient data provided therefore causing the reader to assume plenty The directors fail to address certain key issues Are they assuming that no incidents of employee theft have been reported translates to no employee thefts occurring There are instances of thefts that go without record all the time because a majority of employee theft goes undetected by management and a majority of honest employees look the other way regarding employee theft and fail to report it due to the anti-snitch attitude Some employers might not find it worthy to report missing items less than a certain value When a huge corporation has a huge inventory it is difficult to track all the items that come in and out For instance companies will often stock items such as pens staplers tapes other stationery etc and I have known of instances where employees take these items away from company premises Although many employees think small theft is acceptable and as minor as an infraction as it may seem it still constitutes theft Certainly the use of id badges will not hinder these actions in all cases Secondly the scope of this investigation seems to be encircled around these ten companies only The conclusion drawn should follow this line of reasoning all Porsches are fast cars but not all fast cars are Porsches The conclusion provided seems to follow the opposite principle We need to know what the total number of companies that are involved in this study There could be other companies in the study that use identification badges and have many
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