Examples of the ways in which retailers today respond to criminal behavior are found throughout a feature article by Walter E. Palmer, CFI, CFE, and Jacque Brittain, LPC, who produced the piece for the January-February 2019 issue of LP Magazine.
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Choosing to show restraint, to allow a shoplifter walk away, and to accept the outcome of loss is a tough decision for an LP professional to make—especially when you’re faced with insults, threats, or simply frustration at the perceived injustice.
LPM Senior Writer Garett Seivold probes into the specific challenges brought about by a workplace injury investigation, especially in the face of changing retail operations, in a feature article for the December 2018 issue of LPM Online.
Today’s retail world is focused on the omni-channel experience. Being flexible enough to allow shoppers to cross over seamlessly from one sales platform to the next isn’t easy. But retailers that don’t offer that convenience will lose out to the retailers that do.
Michael Gianino was promoted to senior district manager of AP, and Cristina Bär Muñoz was promoted to district AP manager at Abercrombie & Fitch.
Chris Young is now a market LP manager at Academy Sports.
Jason Calhoun was named fraud investigations manager at Adobe.
John Duenas is now national accounts project manager/program manager
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At a recent panel, moderator Kevin Lynch spoke thoughtfully with Mike Lamb, LPC, vice president of asset protection for The Kroger Co.; Cathy Langley, LPC, senior director of asset protection for Rite Aid; and Mark Stinde, MBA, LPC, vice president of asset protection for 7-Eleven.
The retail model of a store like Goodwill is a unique one. When you’re faced with handling loss prevention in an environment that accepts and sells donated goods—where traditional inventory tracking is a foreign concept—it can present some unusual challenges.
On the surface, supply-chain risk management has a simple goal: to identify and mitigate risks along the supply chain to ensure maximum security. With a closer look, however, the the elements at play get a little more complex.