Scott Myers currently serves as the vice president of asset protection of Hibbett Sports. In a recent interview for the November—December 2017 issue of LP Magazine, Executive Editor Jim Lee, LPC, spoke with Myers about his 22-year history with the company and the unique world of Hibbett Sports loss prevention Read More
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Scott Myers is vice president of asset protection for Hibbett Sports. For much of his 22 years with the company, he held the dual role of vice president of human resources and asset protection. Prior to Hibbett, Myers held multiple LP positions with Parisian.
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Here’s how one shoplifter assesses risk. “First things first—you want to know if they got what you want. The second factor is the risk involvement. The risk involvement will be security times cameras times employees times space times [other] customers. Those are the five factors you’re going to have. Why? Read More
What is a loss prevention manager? What might appear to be a fairly simple question now requires a much more complicated answer in a new age of retail where roles and responsibilities are changing on a consistent basis.
To the average consumer, a loss prevention manager might be perceived as a Read More
Negotiation tactics are synonymous with terms ranging from compromise and mediation to haggle and interrogation. It is not difficult to argue the fact that interrogations represent the hardest form of negotiating. When people enter into negotiations or mediations, they understand they may need to sacrifice some of their interests in Read More
By Bruce Tulgan
You hate confrontations with employees. They only seem to make things worse. Sometimes you even end up firing an employee. For these reasons, you generally avoid giving employees negative feedback unless it’s absolutely necessary. When it comes to small performance issues, you don’t come down like a ton of bricks; instead, you hint at a problem, making Read More
By Dan Faketty
One question I have been asked frequently is, “How did you know how to battle retail shrink in the grocery business, especially considering your background is predominantly in discount retail?” My response to that question is almost always the same, which is: “I follow the loss prevention road map.” Often Read More
Regional Loss Prevention Manager, AutoZone, (AR)
AutoZone, Inc., (a Fortune 300 company) is in need of a Regional Loss Prevention Manager (RLPM) to be responsible for all loss prevention and safety aspects for approximately 85 stores. The primary responsibilities include: training, auditing for loss prevention and safety compliance and investigating internal Read More