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The Loss Prevention Foundation Announces Newest Partner

Friday, June 7, 2019   (0 Comments)
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The Loss Prevention Foundation Announces Newest Partner

FifthTheory joins LPF as Associate Partner


(Matthews, NC – June 7, 2019) The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) announced its newest Associate level scholarship partner, FifthTheory, LLC. The Associate level partnership secures numerous certification course scholarships for distribution to retailers, universities and internal associates. It also enables FifthTheory to provide complimentary LPF memberships to loss prevention practitioners.

Headquartered in Chicago, FifthTheory provides online workplace assessment and survey solutions to retail, transportation, manufacturing, hospitality and other industries. Their solutions can measure job-related attitudes and behaviors to improve customer service, productivity, sales, and management, and to help reduce employee-related risks including counter-productivity, accidents, cyber threats and collusion risks. FifthTheory professionals provide thought leadership in areas such as data security and privacy protection, emergent types of employee crime, and the use of mobile technology to improve the job candidate recruitment experience.

“We are so pleased to announce our new partnership with FifthTheory,” said Terry Sullivan, LPC, president of The Loss Prevention Foundation. “Our LPF partners are vital to continuing our mission of education through our LPQualified (LPQ) and LPCertified (LPC) certification initiatives.”

“FifthTheory is proud to partner with The Loss Prevention Foundation,” said Eric Hutchison, EVP of Sales & Marketing at FifthTheory. “Our goal is to help organizations improve their competitiveness, while reducing personnel risk factors and strengthening overall talent within their workforce. This partnership is an important and strategic opportunity to continually learn from Loss Prevention experts as we build our evidence-based solutions, while providing a valuable service to the industry.”

About The Loss Prevention Foundation:

The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) is a not-for-profit 501 c (6) organization founded in 2006, by industry leading professionals to serve the loss prevention /asset protection industry.  An international leader in educating and certifying loss prevention and asset protection professionals, LPF is responsible for administering the industry’s only internationally sanctioned LP credentials: LPQualified (LPQ) and LPCertified (LPC). With 24/7 online educational resources and a professional membership program, the LPF is able to educate the industry like no other organization of its kind, in the world.  LPF is also focused on driving more talent to the industry from colleges, universities, military and law enforcement through its Academic Retail Partnership Program and its Hire A Vet Program. For more information, visit

About FifthTheory, LLC:

FifthTheory, LLC is a Minority-Owned business, providing contemporary risk and talent management assessment solutions while striving to document the impact of its programs on key business indicators. FifthTheory’s leadership team has over 100 years of experience. This team has helped to invent and define the online personnel selection market space, especially in the area of preemployment screening for employee counter-productivity and insider threats.  FifthTheory addresses new and emerging risk management challenges (e.g., business ethics, organized retail crime prevention, information security) with cutting-edge, 21st century assessments. It also addresses core talent management needs such as service orientation, sales efficacy, workforce productivity, and contemporary management and leadership potential.  Their assessments are fair to protected sub-groups of the population and help clients avoid negligent hiring claims.  FifthTheory assessments can also contribute to safe work environments.  For more information,


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