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The International Supply Chain Protection Organization (ISCPO) Appoints Three Members to its Board of Directors
The International Supply Chain Protection Organization (ISCPO) announced today three new additions to its Board of Directors: Liz D’Aloia – CEO of HR Virtuoso Company, Brian Flannery – Sr. Director of Loss Prevention with Ulta Beauty and Wayne Hoover, CFI – Senior Partner at Wicklander-Zulawski & Associates.
Liz D’Aloia is the Read More
LPM Insider readers wanted to know more about keeping talented associates, the RILA AP conference, and the collaboration between LP and IT in 2018. Read More
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Day two of the NRF PROTECT Loss Prevention Conference and Expo began with opening remarks from Dan Faketty, vice president of asset protection for Southeastern Grocers and chairman of the NRF Loss Prevention Council. Read More
Under the bright skies and warm weather in Dallas, TX, the Lone Star State corralled the retail industry Tuesday morning as the 2018 NRF PROTECT Loss Prevention Conference and Expo took the stage from the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center. Following an evening welcome reception Monday night, this year’s Read More
A survey of 300 corporate security directors by Security Director’s Report (SDR) found that many international trips that employees take go without a security review. Without sufficient advanced notification of employees’ travel plans, threat assessment and logistical planning to support safe travel are impossible. Read More
As retail undergoes broad transformation, it’s not surprising that loss prevention is embroiled in a sea change of its own. With essential shrink challenges as dynamic as ever, LP executives also face new sets of problems, old problems getting worse, as well as fresh opportunities to provide value to retail Read More
By Dan Faketty
I remember walking into the office for the first time. A new company, a new position, a new city. The size of the building and the sophistication of the other associates were somewhat intimidating.
I arrived at 6:00 a.m. sharp to make a good first impression. Soon it was time to Read More