Loss prevention directors need to call on many skills—not just their security smarts—to make a new or upgraded system optimally effective.
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Articles by Garett Seivold
EDITOR’S NOTE: This post is especially timely as we anticipate the major release of our exclusive report on women’s experiences in the loss prevention industry. Stay tuned.
It’s conference season—the time of year when loss prevention executives get to touch and admire the latest advances in new loss prevention technology.
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“”One of the goals is to get people with competing interests together and ask them: ‘What would be palatable to you?’ ‘What are the things you need?'”
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