Loss Prevention Officer Reviews

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Based on 43 responses, the job of Loss Prevention Officer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.61 out of 5. On average, Loss Prevention Officers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Loss Prevention Officer?

October 2013
Loss Prevention Officer:
Pros: Not being in an office all day, being with people. Company vehicle
Cons: No time in lieu or overtime, doing everything myself. The stress of trying to keep on top of everything.
March 2014
"My job."
Loss Prevention Officer:
Pros: The hours and some of my co workers.
Cons: My boss encourages disfunction at all levels of employment.
October 2015
"Work."
Loss Prevention Officer:
It's not a safe or easy job.
December 2015
"Asset Protection/ Loss Prevention."
Loss Prevention Officer:
Pros: Changing/Chalenging Environment, constant analytical work.
Cons: Retail hours, external theft targets in an unpredictable environment.
January 2017
"Beautiful Location."
Loss Prevention Officer in Hilton Head Island:
Pros: I like the beauty of the location and the great work environment.
Cons: I do not like the long commute back and forth nor the traffic.
March 2019
"Duty statement, nsw industry award rates, lack of penalty rates."
Loss Prevention Officer in coffs harbour:
Do not work in this role
October 2019
"I love the job! My coworkers on the other hand...."
Loss Prevention Officer in Dallas:
Pros: Different Task everyday
Cons: Poor hourly pay for the amount of work