Involve Associates to Prevent Retail Theft

Sales associates are the first line of defense against shoplifting. Good customer service shows a potential shoplifter that they have eyes watching them. Including associates in the process of asset protection can help in the fight against theft.

                Share with associates the reasons why Anti-theft devices like Cheap Tags and Cheap Labels  are important and how they function. Start when the associate is new to the job, but don’t let it stop there. Shoplifters always seem to be inventing new ways to steal so fill associates in by updating them on techniques being used. Tell specific stories, everyone loves a rousing story about the latest theft case. Show them photos of known ORC (Organized Retail Crime) groups in the area. They will feel remarkable when they identify a known shoplifter in your store.

                Make sure associates are familiarized with their merchandise so they can deter customers that ticket switch. Inform them about the refund policies at your store so they can easily identify a fraudulent return. Also, offering a reward program or just simple praise is a good way to keep associates involved in the process to prevent retail theft.

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Posted August 24th, 2012 by Staff Writer and filed in prevent theft

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