I work for Kohls and have been there a long time, reaching the supervisor position and lead my district in external and internal apprehensions. I am a seasoned pro. I just can't stand when my company hires people and only trains them for a week and expect them to know what theyre doing. Last week they fired two of our best supervisors over a bad stop that would never have had a complaint. They didn't have a chance. Our DLPM just walked them to the guilliteine. Didn't back them up or anything. Bu...
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So I was in kohls the other day and I made the STUPIDEST mistake of stealing around $500 worth of perfume and makeup. I discarded the packages in the tampon boxes and simply walked out, no LPs stopped me. It has since been 2 days and no one has contacted me. Am I 'off the hook' or are they going to track me? I am completely remorseful and I plan on just giving them away because I can't use any without feeling guilty like I've let society down. Please reprehend me so I feel more guilty. It is enc...
How long do kohls lp keep surveillance tapes ?
What are typical loss prevention salaries? Do some companies pay a lot more for this position than others? What does a top earner make in this field?What skills should you learn to increase your salary?
I'm interested. I am turning 17 this year and I live in Texas, if that makes a difference.
What are your feeling on entering the profession after turning 50.
Amen to that! Horrible job now. Go elsewhere unless you enjoy being treated like garbage. Dead accurate description.
Hi, I worked in Loss prevention for five years, mostly in grocery store setting apprehending shoplifters on foot. I was the regional loss prevention manager before i decided to go to school and move on to other interests. I am now looking to get back into the LP line of work but am most interested in beginning my own business.I am curious as to what elements need to be in place to start a loss prevention business. I was told about 7 years ago that our company had to have a 1 million dollar bond ...
I have been in the Loss Prevention profession for around 5 years now mostly recenlty as an area asset protection lead and currently looking to move out of Michigan. I am looking for a position within a company that has ample amount of opportunity for growth and advancement. I have a resume along with a few letters of recommendation. If you know of any retailer hiring please email me their email address so I can send them my information. ThanksWilliam Carpenter***********
What is the best training for becoming a loss prevention? What types of ongoing training or certifications are necessary to be an effective loss prevention?What do non-traditional career paths look like?
I am opening new business in the retail metro market, what and how should I develop Loss Prevention Systems at two locations?
So this position sounds like a store level AP manager. Is this a correct assessment? What is the company's AP structure/ladder, from lowest to highest? Does anybody have any idea what the going pay rate for this position is? Thanks for any feedback you can give.
I am 16 and I am just starting to look for a job. I'm intrested in Loss Prevention. I was looking at my local Best Buy and they are looking for LP. I was wondering is 16 too early to apply for a LP position? If so, what would be a reasonable age?
I just want to hear your inputs if it is fair for the client to charge any loss of goods to the security company that were incurred due to the negligence of poor reaction its officers?And also, is it fair that the security company will be accountable for the store unknown stocklosses above their budget?
Hi; I'm a dedicated LP Professional with over 12 years of progressive LP Management experience, including multi-store experience.I am currently seeking a new position within the Southern California Market. I will happily provide a resume upon request. Any leads would be greatly appreciated!***********
I AM CURRENTLY SEEKING OPPORTUNITIES IN THE LOSS PREVENTION INDUSTRY WITHIN THE DISTRIBUTION CENTER ARENA.I BRING OVER 4 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN THE RETAIL SALESFLOOR AND ALONG WITH THE DC ARENA. WILL GLADLY SUBMIT MY RESUME FOR YOUR REVIEW.THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIMEWILL
What are the top 3 traits or skills every Loss Prevention must have to excel?Can you suggest any tips or insights to develop your Loss Prevention expertise?
Do you have any tips to help prepare for an upcoming loss prevention interview?Are there common interview questions that come up again and again?
Does anyone have any information or out look on the TJX Loss Prevention Department? Salary at different positions;Detective, Investigator,Manager, LPDM,RIM,RLPM.Quality of career and live while on the job.
What do you enjoy most about being a loss prevention? What do you dislike the most? Is it challenging? Are there many opportunities to learn and advance?What keeps you at your job?
Are jobs in this industry on the rise? Are there any sub-sectors that are growing?Where are the jobs? Which places have the most loss prevention opportunities?
How did you get your start doing loss prevention work, and what career moves did you make to get to your current position?Do you need a particular educational background?