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Stefanie Hoover, CFI
Maybe it's economy of scale, an evolutionary adaptation, or just laziness: whatever you want to call it, all humans engage in some form of lying, cheating or stealing.
Last December, I went on an adventure to China, and from the perspective of a certified forensic interviewer (who loves to observe behavior), the main takeaway is that people are the same no matter where you go.
Sometimes, things just fall in your lap. I'd been trying to decide what to write about for this blog, you know, something interesting and topical to really get folks hooked and coming back. Nothing was really striking me as The One, until I got a phone call…
I agonized over it, but finally I realized that if these things are bothering me, maybe someone out there will get something out of these thoughts, even if it's only one person. Never one to do things halfway, here it goes—a purge, so to speak.
Thinking back to when I worked for various retailers over the years and bumping into "vendors," let's just say I was mostly underwhelmed (though sometimes pleasantly surprised) at the service we received.
The first of October was another first for me. I attended the Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC) IMPACT conference for the first time, in muggy but beautiful Gainesville, FL.
Sometimes the mighty fall. Even the most seasoned loss prevention professional can get in a rut or make mistakes based on habit or personal attitudes. Why? Here are the three common reasons.
Who’s better at interviewing: men or women? You’re probably thinking that a post written by a woman would contain a clear-cut answer, firmly tilted towards—women. This should be a slam dunk, no-brainer, obvious as can be.