Tag: job interview
“When we play, we must realize, before anything else, that we are out to make money.” – David Sklansky on the game of poker.
I’m not sure if there is a game more closely related to the loss prevention profession than Texas Hold’em poker. A game focused on managing risk, protecting Read More
As we travel down our loss prevention career path, we learn that the road to professional success requires a wide spectrum of skills and experience far beyond those that we carried when we first entered the field. But in order to secure the best loss prevention jobs to fit our Read More
Countless elements go into building a successful loss prevention career. Each of us evolves through a series of self-discoveries as the many features that make up who we are unfold through clear foresight and occasionally blind ambition as we forge the pieces into the image of leadership and experience that we Read More
Whether you’re starting a new career or just getting out of school, your search for a loss prevention job might be more successful if you keep these suggestions in mind.
Update your resume. A professional resume should be a comprehensive, accurate reflection of your abilities, education, and experience. This document serves Read More
This LPM Digital department serves to remind our readers that LP Magazine goes beyond the world of print. In fact, we have a comprehensive array of content available at LossPreventionMedia.com. Following are summaries of some of the original content published daily on our website that is available free to our Read More
Building a better resume is often an exercise in fundamental communication and common sense, with some of the most important features focusing basic concepts. But before we can construct a document that accomplishes our desired results, we must have a better grasp on just what we should be trying to Read More
As a loss prevention professional, chances are that you conduct internal theft interviews. Furthermore, it’s probably the skill that impresses our business partners the most. You’ve no doubt been told several times that a particular person would not admit, only to have a written statement within an hour. These admissions Read More
In an increasingly competitive job market, the importance that having a well-constructed resume can have on your loss prevention career cannot be overstated. The resume provides a summary of an individual’s experience, education, skills, and qualifications. However, that is an oversimplification of the power that this document carries and the Read More
Many of us will attempt to measure the quality of our loss prevention career in terms of “experience.” When building a resume, discussing our qualifications during a loss prevention job interview, or comparing our skills and abilities with others in our chosen career field, we often use “experience” as a Read More