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Here Is How You Can Protect the Executives and Board Members of Your Company Against Hostile Protesters and Shareholders
If today you are to go online and search ‘shareholders meeting attack’, you would be shocked at how many results you would find of top executives and board members being attacked by the rest of the shareholders of the company. There are very many reasons as to why the top executives and board members of the company might be attacked by the rest of the shareholders and protesters in a shareholders meeting. The job of these top executives and board members include making decisions that sometimes might not be popular with the rest of the shareholders. An example of an unpopular decision that the top executive order board members might make is to withhold the dividends of the company and use them as a reinvestment into the company for greater profitability in the a few years to come. On the other side, the rest of the shareholders might be expecting to be paid off the dividends, and the moment they hear that they have been withheld for the purposes of reinvesting, they might become very hostile towards the people who have made that decision. Sometimes, board members might have to appoint a person into a vacant office and the decision that they will make on who will occupy the office might tend to be very unpopular with the rest of the shareholders and they might result to being hostile towards the board members.
There are ways that a company can protect the board members and top executives against being harmed in the event that such occurrences take place. You can employ risk mitigation strategies that will ensure that the amount of loss that is incurred is minimal should violence and hostility breakout in a shareholders meeting. In this article, we shall seek to discuss some of the strategies that you can utilize to ensure that the top executives of your company are protected.
If you are thinking of ways that you can protect your high-ranking officials from any form of violence and hostility, then you can consider hiring a security detail for them that will work with them at all times, everywhere. As they carry out their day-to-day activities, you top executives must be attacked, and not only in shareholders’ meetings. This is why a security detail might be very important for them.
You can also prevent violence from erecting by properly vetting the people who are allowed into the meetings called for by the company.