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Webinar: Strategies for Creating a Culture of Safety in Retail

Join us on Thursday, February 22nd from 2 – 3:30 p.m. as we look at the broad spectrum of what it means to “be safe” in 2024, with panelists from Big Y Foods, The Kroger Company, and Walgreens

Webinar: Defining and Impacting High Risk/Extreme Stores

Join us Thursday January 25th at 2 p.m. ET as we explore the art of identifying our highest risk stores and resourcing to stop the bleed, moving our red stores back to green—and back to acceptable norms.

Macy’s Fatal Stabbing the Latest Example of the Assault on Retail

When Eric Harrison arrived at work at the Macy's store in Center City, Philadelphia on a chilly December morning, he had no idea it would be his last. A hard-working young man with two full-time jobs, he had just started his morning shift as a uniformed loss prevention officer when disaster struck.

Employee Cybercrime and Deviance: A Loss Prevention Psychology Perspective

An increasingly digital workplace provides opportunities for innovation and growth, but it also creates significant threats to businesses, including devastating types of employee‑driven cybercrime and deviance.

Safety on the Loading Dock

Loading docks are complex workspaces where people, equipment, and vehicles come together in dangerous ways. Between 2015 and 2020, around 33,000 employees missed work because of injuries and illnesses incurred on loading docks, dock plates, and ramps.
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Geopolitical Risks in Retail

One of the hazards that retailers must contend with today is geopolitical risk, which has emerged as a critical factor in shaping the global business landscape.

Target Closing 9 Stores Citing Retail Theft and Violence

Target announced that it is closing nine stores across four states, effective Oct. 21. The company said it cannot continue operating these stores because theft and ORC are threatening the safety of its employees and guests.

What Makes People Mad at Work?

What makes people mad at work usually does not result in a mass shooting, but employees mad at work can still create seriously negative issues for other employees and employers.

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