Writing a loss prevention manual — or rehabilitating a long-forgotten one — is no easy task. But trying to operate without one can also be pretty complicated. Read More
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Here are three proven strategies to ensure associates have the ability to detect and address security threats, while retaining information and staying engaged throughout training. Read More
A comprehensive approach to addressing a workplace violence incident involves these seven steps. Read More
By now, most people are familiar with events surrounding the tragic shooting at Santa Fe High School last Friday. Dimitrios Pagourtzis came to school with a .38 revolver and systematically shot students he didn’t like. Ten students died.
His first victim was a girl who had repeatedly spurned his aggressive advances. Read More
To stand still is to fall behind in the competitive world of retail. So retailers are always searching for new consumers and will typically go wherever they find them. It’s why there is never a shortage of news, such as Bloomingdale’s expansion into Kuwait in 2017.
But long before a retailer Read More
Active shooter drills seem more necessary than ever, but they are immense undertakings and require substantial attention to detail if they are to yield value that matches the effort and resources required to conduct them. Of course, done right, they can prove to be lifesaving in a crisis. The Department Read More
“Everything changed after 9/11” was a frequently heard refrain—from the president and other politicians and in law enforcement and private security circles. The same may, in time, be said of the Paris attacks in November 2015, or the Orlando attack in June 2016. Recent targets have included restaurants and bars, Read More
By Jay Hart
In recent months, the national conversation regarding violence in the workplace suggests a heightened awareness stemming from increased media coverage. At the same time, recent studies suggest there may be statistical evidence supporting this perceived frequency.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, about five percent of all businesses experience Read More