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hi,
i interviewed several manager & business owner, it seems most of them want to implement some sort of "method" to prevent their workers steal stock from their inventory.

now, is that possible to have a correct stock control?? assume their business have lots of small items (pen, pencils, nails, groceries items)..

idk actually how is that possible to trace every items..
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You can't stop shrinkage. So many companies have tried so many different things and none ever works. Just fire, and prosecute, the staff if they are caught. Otherwise just simply forget about it, it costs too much for too little gain to try and completely stop it.
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so true..
even using rfid tag, the worker would possibly (purposely) tag the wrong item using a valid rfid..

so, all the gimmick.
let say if u got a stock control software, and it couldn't give u a "valid" and "correct" stock value or all your items, is there any point to implement it?

maybe there is still some benefits, (create some job on market),, at least you are 80% sure about your stock. maybe.
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Why do you think companies have to close down periodically to do stock takes? Because tracking things is just too much effort to warrant the potential gain (or lack of loss (or simply less loss)). Constant tracking is just too costly to do, and doesn't keep track 100% anyway
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