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Here's Who's Most Likely to Rip Off Their Employer

It’s a sad irony that “smaller organizations with tight-knit workforces are particularly vulnerable precisely because employees are trusted and empowered.” So says a new report… 601 more words


Top 5 Reasons to Conduct Pre-employment Background Checks

Conducting thorough background checks will provide your company with the necessary information to protect itself and its employees. The following are the top five reasons to conduct pre-employment background checks: 463 more words

Employment Background Checks

Missing office supplies? 4 ways to prevent theft

Everyone loves a beautifully-organized, well-stocked office supply closet. (In fact, sometimes we catch ourselves just scrolling through Pinterest, browsing all the beautiful images of dream office supply solutions… 555 more words

Office Management

Employee Theft

Embezzlement is a serious problem that many companies face today. Want to make sure that you don’t have to have the same problem, then you’ve come to the correct place. 54 more words

Employee Theft

Telamon: U.S. District Court finds Insured’s Vice-President to be Independent Contractor falling outside Crime Policy’s Employee Theft Coverage

By David S. Wilson and Chris McKibbin

In Telamon Corp. v. Charter Oak Fire Ins. Co., the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana held that a Vice-President of Major Accounts who provided management and marketing services to a telecommunications company was not an “Employee” within the meaning of the employee theft coverage afforded by its Travelers Wrap+ policy, but rather an independent contractor. 1,079 more words

Employee Theft


April 7, 2016

Last Tuesday, March 29, Dawn Michelle Raynor pleaded guilty to theft by taking in front of Judge Hugh Wingfield.  She was ordered to pay $1,230 in restitution to the Jasper County Probate Court, fined $1,000, and sentenced to 5 years of probation. 214 more words