July 29, 2016
If a significant portion of your company's balance sheet consists of inventory, you may find that "shrinkage" — the variance between physical inventory counts and amounts recorded in your company books — is the culprit behind declining profits. A little digging, especially if you're in a retail business, may uncover an unsettling reason for numbers that don't add up: employee theft. Studies have shown that, on average, retail workers steal more inventory than shoplifters.
What steps can your company take to mitigate this risk?
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