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Loss Prevention Managers: How Do You Deal with Problem Employees?

Loss Prevention Managers: How Do You Deal with Problem Employees?

You hate confrontations with employees. They only seem to make things worse. Sometimes you even end up firing an employee. For these reasons, you generally avoid giving employees negative feedback unless it’s absolutely necessary. When it comes to small performance issues, you don’t come down like a ton of bricks; instead, you hint at a problem, making   Read More


Fifteen Years of Loss Prevention, Part 3

Fifteen Years of Loss Prevention, Part 3

Here we are at the third and final installment of the first fifteen years of Loss Prevention magazine. I had indicated in the first two articles that part of the third article would include a future look at some of the most important loss prevention technologies and practices such as   Read More


Fifteen Years of Loss Prevention, Part 2

Fifteen Years of Loss Prevention, Part 2

Welcome to the second of three installments covering the first fifteen years of Loss Prevention magazine. I hope you enjoyed the first part in our September–October issue. We will now look at trends and changes in the industry through the eyes of the magazine beginning in 2007 up through 2011.   Read More


Growing the Magazine Staff

Growing the Magazine Staff

Like most start-ups, when we launched the magazine fifteen years ago, we operated on a shoestring. With just two or three on the payroll, we worked out of our houses, using a select few freelancers to fill the gaps. Over the years we’ve added new staff to keep up with   Read More


Not Everyone Gets a Trophy: How to Manage the Millennials

Not Everyone Gets a Trophy: How to Manage the Millennials

The first edition of Not Everyone Gets a Trophy proved to be useful to managers who lead the young workforce. In the Revised & Updated edition of Not Everyone Gets a Trophy: How to Manage the Millennials (Wiley/Jossey-Bass, January 2016), Bruce Tulgan pushes his original concept further with new research and   Read More


Get in the Habit of Managing Every Day

Get in the Habit of Managing Every Day

You are working on a big project for your boss. You have been barricaded in your office for days trying to finish it. But that’s nothing new. Your employees know you are always super busy. You’ve been managing this team—sixteen people now—for several years. They know how to do their jobs, so you pretty much leave   Read More