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Kroger Jumpstarts Collaboration Among Solution Providers

Kroger is the nation’s largest supermarket by revenue, and only six companies in the nation employ more people. At that scale, it’s natural for the company to have relationships with a who’s who of service providers.

The Hidden Cause of Employee Theft and How to Stop It

There are many ways your employees can steal from you. From the “borrowing” of office supplies to overreporting of hours, there’s no one with greater opportunity to help themselves to your company assets.

Winning the Talent Wars: Hiring and Retention for the New Hybrid Workplace

Employers are facing more severe talent shortages than they have seen in decades. While the particulars differ, the evidence of talent shortages is widespread.

Absorb Chaos and Return Order: The Role of Asset Protection at 7-Eleven

Art Lazo is vice president of asset protection at 7-Eleven. He has held various operational and loss prevention roles at other retailers including Toys“R”Us, Home Depot, Circuit City, and Sears Holdings.

Kinks in the Chain: Troubles and Trends in the Flow of Goods

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.

Retail Evolution and City Transformation in the Post-Pandemic Economy

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.
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Home Is Where the Retailer Is

On a single night in 2020, approximately 580,000 people were homeless in the United States, a 2 percent increase since 2019 and the fourth consecutive annual increase nationwide.

Where Were You on the Morning of September 11? Part 1

LPM shares perspectives and memories from loss prevention executives about the September 11, 2001, attacks.
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A Survivor’s Story: 20 Years after September 11th

On September 11, 2001, I was a 33-year-old fireman in Brooklyn, NY, when at 8:46 am that beautiful Tuesday morning, everything changed.
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7-Eleven Upgrades Crisis Communication to Better Alert Store Associates

When serious incidents occur, retailers’ thoughts turn to the safety of store associates, customers, and implementing crisis communication.
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