Canadian Retailer - Summer 2011 - (Page 26)

| LP ROUNDTABLE RECESSIONARY IMPACT MONITORING AND DEALING WITH INTERNAL THEFT COMPANYWIDE ENGAGEMENT RCC LOSS PREVENTION ASK ANY Loss Prevention professional to describe the ROUNDTABLE 2011 By Sean C. Tarry changes that have occurred in the retail LP landscape over the past five years, and they'll ask you where you’d like them to start. The advancement of technology has never been so rapid, and its applied uses to help combat shrink and theft have never before been so impressive. And, the level of engagement of many LP departments across their organizations continue to increase as they are viewed more today as a partner in the business rather than its security. These shifts have also increased the need for further training among staff and raised awareness concerning the department's function. And all of this is augmented by a recession resulting in fewer resources and smaller budgets to tackle a workload that continues to grow. Canadian Retailer brought together five Loss Prevention professionals from across the country to discuss the changing retail LP landscape and to determine where LP fits into the overall business strategy of the organization. CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES STAFF TRAINING 26 | canadian retailer | summer 2011 |

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Canadian Retailer - Summer 2011

Canadian Retailer - Summer 2011
Publisher’s Desk
Shop Talk
Mobile Retail
Leadership Series
In Your Best Interest
Sector Spotlight
Retail Innovation
LP Roundtable
LP Technology
PCI Compliance
Technology Leadership
Training and Education
Advertisers’ Index
Have Your Say

Canadian Retailer - Summer 2011