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Let’s “Talk Trash” – How Loss Prevention Is Helping Communities
In the multi-billion dollar thrift store industry, donations of merchandise can be a loss prevention nightmare.
A Thorough Resume Review is Crucial when Filling Your Loss Prevention Job Openings
There is a skill to reading a resume beyond a simple reference to positions, experience, and education. When filling your loss prevention job openings,...
Friendly Associates Function as Theft Deterrents
Strong customer service is one of our most effective tools and most proactive means to control theft and other losses on the retail selling floor.
Ethical Standards in the Workplace
Above and beyond your obligations to protect company assets, reduce shortage and enhance profits, you are expected to set an ethical example for others to follow.
Keys to a More Reliable Project Cost Estimation
These tips may help you to assess the completeness of a project’s cost estimate, either when conducting your own estimate or evaluating the sufficiency of an estimate developed by a consultant or integrator.
The Moral, Societal, and Legal Obligation for Workplace Theft Prevention
At first, this may seem like an issue that involves only the retailer. However, the decision to ignore generally accepted cash and merchandise controls has far-reaching implications.
Sensormatic Solutions Partners with Canadian Fast-Fashion Retailer to Support LP Strategy
Looking to grow and scale internationally, Canadian fast-fashion retailer, Ardene, recently partnered with Sensormatic Solutions to support their loss prevention strategy.
Creating Individual and Group Accountability in Retail Loss Prevention
Once you have senior leadership's buy-in, you can then create accountability for controlling loss beyond the LP team. The best place for accountability is in your company's performance reviews.
13 Vital Requirements for an Effective Loss Prevention Department
When building a successful loss prevention department, our objectives must be attentive to the ultimate goals of the company and needs of the business.
Conducting Telephone Interviews for Theft Investigations
How was I going to secure an admission if I couldn’t look the employee in the eyes, observe his body language, and gauge deception in all the ways interviewers are traditionally trained?