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Zebra Technologies has recently announced its strategic partnership with the Retail Industry Leaders Association’s (RILA) (R)Tech Center for Innovation. The partnership will focus on identifying and harnessing emerging technologies to the benefit of the global retail industry.
“Zebra is excited to partner in this effort to co-innovate, develop and offer new Read More
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Following an important topic that has been widely discussed throughout 2016, recent retail industry trends have explored the relationship between wage increases and the impact on employee performance. For example, we can look at the recent protests associated with the “Fight for Fifteen” and employee efforts to raise the minimum Read More
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By LPM Admin
Bob DiLonardo describes himself as a “professional student and practitioner of retail loss prevention and shortage control methods.” His work experience has ranged from loss prevention, internal audit, shortage control, accounting, and consulting positions throughout his career.
Now, upon his retirement, DiLonardo shares some valuable anecdotes and insights gathered over the Read More
Since its inception in 1993, the Lowe’s Companies loss prevention and safety department has tailored its programs to identify and respond to losses that can be directly attributed to employees. The LP department believes that 80 percent of all losses can be attributed to employees. Forty percent of those losses Read More