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Preventing Employee Theft in Restaurants

Employee theft is a serious issue in restaurant management because it can have a profound impact on the restaurant’s bottom line. Whether or not you want to admit it, employee theft is a widespread problem. 568 more words


An Inside Job.

Pete owns a small plumbing contractor’s business. He has a lot of equipment, such as backhoes and tools, and a truck to pull the trailer that hauls his equipment to a job site. 332 more words

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Preventing Employee Theft in Warehouses

Employee theft can cost companies dearly when it comes to their bottom line, especially in a warehouse situation where there are large quantities of raw materials and finished product for the taking. 648 more words


I Was Going to Pay It Back….Honest!

Another update from the HR jungle….

Sam leads the IT department for his company and is the head of their internal security team.  As part of his duties, Sam has administrative rights to all electronic and computer-based systems at the company.   355 more words

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Are You the Next Fraud Victim?

Did you know that 64 percent of all small businesses lose money due to employee theft? And that an average business in the U.S. can lose up to 5% of its revenue to fraud in all its forms? 491 more words


U.S. retail workers are No. 1...in employee theft

It’s almost Groundhog Day, but for retailers, the holiday season is finally winding down.

“The four months from October through January are when stores see not just their biggest sales volume of the year, but also the most returns and exchanges,” says Ernie Deyle, a 30-year veteran of the retail loss-prevention wars who leads the business consulting practice at London-based data analytics firm Sysrepublic. 314 more words


U.S.S.C.: Time Spent By Employees Waiting For and Undergoing Security Screenings Before Leaving Workplace Was Not Compensable Under FLSA

Integrity Staffing Solutions, Inc. v. Busk

The Supreme Court handed yet another victory to America’s corporations early last month, when it ruled that employers do not have to pay their employees for time spent waiting for and undergoing security screening before leaving the workplace, despite the fact that such screenings are solely for the benefit of the employers. 754 more words