Security - theEMPLOYEEapp

Last updated on March 5, 2022 at 02:42 pm


Building a safety culture is everything — learn how theEMPLOYEEapp can get important safety information to your teams in real-time.

How theEMPLOYEEapp gets critical information to officers in the field

With officers on the frontlines ensuring safety and security in an ever-changing landscape, the need to relay critical information is increasingly important. Learn how you can get information to your team in real-time and ensure that they are properly equipped in this new normal

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GIF that says "there are over 1.1 million security officers in the field in the U.S. with this number rising as a result of a challenging landscape and need for safety and security in the workplace"

Benefits For All Employees

Comms Pros

Share important information about safety and security procedures, new protocols, and company information in real-time.

Front-Line Supervisor

Keep your teams informed of regular company updates, send targeted safety and security information to your team, and ensure real-time communication when it matters most.

Security Officers

Always be informed on the latest security protocols and procedures for ensuring safety, and have it easily accessible on your mobile device.

Key Features


The Explore tab on theEMPLOYEEapp is a document repository where important information (e.g. Safety, HR, Weekly Messages, etc.) can be stored. All content on the app is easily searchable so your employees can easily and quickly find what they need.


Whether you’re communicating an unexpected closure, crisis information, or important reminders, Alerts break through and command attention.

News Feed

Use the News Feed to share targeted messages with employee groups, including employee scheduling, daily shift notes, and more.

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Internal Communication for Security Companies
Communicating with frontline security guards and officers is difficult by nature of the work they do. Always on the move and not working behind desks, security officers need mobile-first tools to be successful.
Improving Internal Comms in the Security Sector
We recommend starting with employee personas to understand the different needs of your employee groups. These can even differ by the location your guards work in and their contracts. From there, you can use mobile communication to better reach your security teams and help build trust and transparency with them to prevent churn.

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