Reducing Employee Theft With Minimal Impact On Budget
This report will analyse various methods of how to reduce employee theft, whilst having minimal impact on the budget. 1,535 more words
If Sears wants to lose slightly less money in the last quarter of 2014, maybe the company needs to check its employees’ metaphorical pockets. For example, there was the employee in a New Jersey distribution center who was recently arrested and accused of stealing merchandise worth $2.3 million, with a retail value of $3.7 million, and selling or bartering the merchandise to people in multiple states. 141 more words
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners has released research on the characteristics of workplace fraudsters.