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The odds are nearly 50 percent that workplace violence incidents are related to layoffs, demotions, or other negative work-related events.
Retail’s evolution will be reshaped in the years ahead by how stores assess the changing needs of customers, but it will also be a byproduct of the environment.
Consumers are anxious to buy, and the restraint on consumers has left many with substantial savings to spend. But while demand is certainly there, supply isn’t always.
Ransomware attacks haven’t slowed much during the pandemic, and retailers are still vulnerable as evidenced by two recent attacks on Boggi Milano and Home Hardware.
Images may be the heart of retail surveillance solutions, but leveraging the power of audio can add a valuable layer to asset protection.
Just as customers are flocking back to stores, so too are organized retail crime (ORC) gangs and opportunistic thieves.
The Biden administration likely will enforce an OSHA rule that prohibits employers from retaliating against employees for reporting safety issues.
The need for retailers to have a robust process for gaining control over Internet of Things security is only growing.
It’s not possible to ensure retail associates will always remember their training—or achieve 100% compliance with directives—but there are ways to better your odds.
When serious incidents occur, retailers’ thoughts turn to the safety of store associates, customers, and implementing crisis communication.