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Bill Turner, LPC
Nothing will prevent workplace violence totally. But, for both employers and employees, taking basic precautions and being informed, alert, and aware will go a long way in minimizing its impact on the workforce. Check out these recommendations from experts.
Hackers are now using the frenzy around the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic to put malware on computers to steal personal or business information. With more and more employees working from home without the protection of corporate cyber security measures, it will likely get worse quickly.
OSHA estimates that about 2 million workers report violent workplace incidents each year. The actual number of incidents is thought to be much higher as many events probably do not get reported. Here are some best practices all employers should do to help protect workers.
On Tuesday, March 3rd, the Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) partnered with the criminal justice department of the University of Cincinnati to hold a very...
Storm clouds continue to loom over many US retailers in 2020. But all is far from lost for the retail industry in general. It’s changing and evolving to meet consumer’s demands and working hard to make the shopping experience simpler, more relevant, and more enjoyable. Here are the latest statistics.
Fraudsters have traditionally approached victims with kindness by friendly and likable scammers to establish trust and sympathy to con money out of unsuspecting individuals. But this methodology is giving way to approaches based on fear and intimidation.
In today’s tumultuous retail environment, it’s happening all the time. It could be downsizing, a corporate buyout, store closing, or even an entire company going out of business. The days of forty years with one company and a gold watch are gone. At some point, most professionals in retail will be looking for a new job. You need to be ready.
This Thursday is Thanksgiving. It’s a time to give thanks, usually for such things as family, health, relationships, and prosperity. But what about your career? After 49 years in the business world, there are a number of things I’m thankful for. What about you?
All bosses are a mix of some good and some not so good traits. But I learned something from all of them. The following list includes the personal traits I observed in the good ones and the bad ones over the years.
We have heard for years that brick and mortar retail is dead or dying as we know it. Well, forecasters must not have gotten that message. Multiple forecasts predict holiday sales and overall 2019 sales will grow significantly over 2018. It doesn’t look like retail is dead or dying, but it is rapidly changing and evolving to keep up with consumers needs and changing habits.