Retail crime is a huge issue for the retail sector - costing the nation an estimated $1 billion a year in losses.
Reducing and managing retail crime is a significant issue for retailers and their employees.
While shop theft is not new, the frequency of incidents and the brazen nature of the theft is increasing. Retail crime affects all New Zealanders, but especially those who work in retail. This free 1-hour seminar by Retail NZ will show you how you can discourage thieves in your business without it costing you. It will help you focus and prepare for the busy retail season ahead.
- Planning in-store strategy for reducing crime risks.
- Coaching your team and customer service.
- Learning how customer service can deter retail crime
- Managing the risks of crime.
Target audience: Store owners, Managers, Team leaders.
Level: Beginner - Intermediate.
There are limited spaces so book your tickets today.
Interested in becoming a member of Retail NZ? Contact email@example.com or 0800 472 472.
Phone: 0800 472 472
Wednesday 15 May, 5:30pm to 6:30pm
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Phone: 0800 472 472
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Level 1, 12/1 Dickens Street
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