Consumers are becoming more concerned about security while shopping, especially at night or in higher crime areas. Retailers, in turn, are addressing the problem by implementing a host of core programs, from enhanced lighting to closed-circuit television camera monitoring, to make customers feel safe while in the store and the parking lot. Retailers are also seeking to boost staffing levels and improve employee responsiveness to customer needs to ensure a shopping experience that attracts ...

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