Now that the Surpeme Court has ruled on subsidies under the Affordable Care Act, NRF says “it is imperative that Congress seize the opportunity and address the most egregious errors in this poorly constructed law."
A new study being released from NRF PROTECT, the industry’s largest retail loss prevention event in North America, finds that retailers lose billions of dollars to shoplifting, employee and vendor theft and administrative error – collectively known as inventory shrink. According to the National Retail Federation/University of Florida National Retail Security Survey, retailers say inventory shrink averaged 1.38 percent of retail sales, or $44 billion, in 2014.* The report was sponsored by The Retail Equation.
The National Retail Federation today announced the recipients of its annual loss prevention awards: Ring of Excellence, Law Enforcement Retail Partnership and Retail Case of the Year. Recipients will be honored during an awards ceremony at NRF PROTECT, the retail industry’s largest event for retail loss prevention executives in North America.
The Washington Postrevealed on Thursday the rankings of its annual Top Workplaces in Washington, D.C. list, placing the National Retail Federation at 18th; NRF ranked higher than several other industry associations in Washington. All 150 organizations that made the cut, categorized by size of company, scored the highest all-around employee remarks.