A reference for security professionals who work in or advise small businesses. It addresses the reality of shoplifting, fraud and embezzlement, showing how each incremental loss eats away at profit and success, and discusses how to develop and maintain a loss prevention strategy.Keeping the process confidential, you then track associate purchases and payment types. You end up with ... Leta#39;s say that an associatea#39;s mother buys an item using her debit credit card in December, receiving a 5 percent discount. Six months ... One nationwide retailer has a system that they installed last year that tracks this correlation nationwide. It produced ... Audits The POS system reports or manual reports discussed in Chapter 6 will act as indicators of employee theft. They mustanbsp;...
|Title||:||Loss Prevention and the Small Business|
|Author||:||John Robert Wyman|
|Publisher||:||Butterworth-Heinemann - 1999|