Traditionally tight margins in the supermarket industry make even small reductions in shrink important, but they also raise the pressure on loss prevention professionals to make their programs cost-effective. The right combination of technologies, training and in some cases employee incentive programs are needed to keep programs working well, retailers told SN. Closed circuit television, one of the most commonly used loss prevention technologies, is also being used to help monitor cashier ...

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