Fraud: Bringing Light to the Dark Side of Business
Irwin Professional Pub., 1995 - Social Science - 296 pages
Embezzlement, tax evasion, deception, and other forms of "white collar crime" are putting the assets and integrity of many of America's top companies at risk. With litigation and indictments on the rise, executives can ill afford to ignore or overlook workplace fraud. Fraud: Bringing Light to the Dark Side of Business shows how employees and managers can help keep their organizations safe from fraud, by following the most important steps in prevention, detection, and investigation. You'll understand the most common employee crimes - from theft to collusion to insurance fraud - including how to discourage these abuses and avoid the financial losses associated with them.
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