Tag: inventory theory


Restaurant Theft: The 5 Most Common Methods

Restaurant Theft: The 5 Most Common Methods

Restaurant employees can hurt profitability in a variety of different ways. Rarely is restaurant theft as simple as taking money from the cash register. Given that restaurants operate on incredibly narrow margins, it is important to identify and reduce the opportunities for employee theft. Here are five common ways in which   Read More


How to Define Loss Prevention

How to Define Loss Prevention

“So, what do you do?”

This is common question that for some loss prevention professionals presents a perplexing set of thoughts. “How do I adequately satisfy the inquirer’s request, without overcomplicating the dialogue?”

At a retail event, the response “loss prevention” is sufficient, or maybe “asset protection,” depending on the retailer. At   Read More


What to Do about OOS in Retail

What to Do about OOS in Retail

In the mature and highly competitive retail sector, ensuring that the right product is on the right shelf at the right time is critical. Yet the problem of shelf out-of-stocks (OOS) remains as stubborn as ever. Could the loss prevention team be the key to unlocking this new sales opportunity?

This   Read More


What Does a Loss Prevention Associate Do?

What Does a Loss Prevention Associate Do?

Loss prevention—also known as asset protection—is an ever-broadening, ever-growing field that has a lot to offer an entry-level job seeker. According to the Loss Prevention Foundation, the industry’s “wide spectrum of career options and tremendous potential for professional growth” make the job a rare find in today’s labor market. And   Read More


Theft Takes a Toll on Retailers’ Bottom-Line Profits, According to Jack L. Hayes International’s 29th Annual Retail Theft Survey

Theft Takes a Toll on Retailers’ Bottom-Line Profits, According to Jack L. Hayes International’s 29th Annual Retail Theft Survey

Over 438,000 shoplifters and dishonest employees were apprehended in 2016 by just 23 large retailers who recovered over $120 million from these thieves, according to the 29th Annual Retail Theft Survey conducted by Jack L. Hayes International, the leading loss prevention and inventory shrinkage control consulting firm.

“In 2016, dishonest employee   Read More