What Could Make Loss Prevention More Efficient?

A Final Undergraduate Action Research Project with a Goal of Solving the Problem of Loss for the Retail Industry
Narrated by: Al Remington
Length: 51 mins
Categories: Business & Careers
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Loss prevention is necessary to protect a company's profit. We must identify the changes and the steps needed to fix the problem of loss, or make the loss prevention department identify what has worked at preventing loss compared with what has not worked at preventing loss. I solve the problem by using over 20 different professional resources and even a personal interview. This solution can be a model for all, and every retail corporation cited has been tested and researched in a scholarly fashion. Thanks, and I hope this can become useful for corporations, mom and pop stores, manufacturing companies, and all other businesses throughout the world.

The author possesses a bachelor's degree in business administration and an associate's degree in management technology.

©2014 Trevor Clinger (P)2015 Trevor Clinger

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Understanding Loss Prevention made easy

Clinger shows his business acumen with this text. He describes what Loss is, what Loss prevention entails, and then details how to mitigate or outright stop losses from happening. He goes into a lot of detail, and should provide a newbie manager or even a seasoned one with enough ideas that they should be able to stop their store or departments from bleeding money from losses. It is well though out, well written, and well executed.

Remington really fits like a glove when it comes to Clinger's text. He speaks clearly and has an interesting enough voice that you want to continue listening to him. I did receive a promo code to review this book, but that has had no effect on my accounting of it.

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just not good at all

this was not good. it sounds like it's being read by a robot. The editing is bad and the whole thing is only a very general synopsis about why retail, especially walmart needs asset protection.