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- Part-timers are more apt to have their hands in the cookie jar. Szwergold, Jack // Management Review;Dec94, Vol. 83 Issue 12, p5
Reports that part-time employers take 39 percent more merchandise and cash compared to their full-time counterparts according to a study by Reid Psychological Systems. Rate of employee theft; Attitudes of part-time employees; Indirect forms of theft.
- Should you report employee stealing? Krauss, Kat // Inside Tucson Business;11/10/2003, Vol. 13 Issue 18, p20
Presents a question regarding the confusion of an employee whether to tell their employer of the stealing done by her colleague in the boutique. Overview of the problem; Analysis of the problem; Consequences the employee could faced if her colleague is caught stealing.
- Take the moral high road when company fortunes hang lowest. Jay, Robin // Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);1/26/2009, Vol. 26 Issue 4, pP26
The author reflects on employee morality amidst the economic crisis. She criticizes an article which stated that the increase in employee theft was caused by the recession. She points out that people are not defined by circumstances but by how they deal and react to these circumstances. She...
- How to Deal with Sticky- Fingered Staff. Baciglupi, Michael // Review of Optometry;2/15/2008 Part 1 of 3, Vol. 145 Issue 2, p37
The article offers advice on how optometrists can prevent employee theft. The simplest employee theft scenario is that an employee gets cash without making a record of the transaction. This lack of a paper trail makes such a theft difficult to detect and that this type of theft usually occurs in...
- Theft in the Workplace: An Arbitrator's Perspective on Employee Discipline. Garbutt, Cynthia Horvath; Stallworth, Lamont E. // Arbitration Journal;Sep89, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p21
The primary purpose of this article is to analyze the manner and the basis upon which arbitrators decide discipline and discharge cases involving employee theft. The discussion focuses on the degree of proof necessary to sustain a discharge for theft, what effect the existence of a clear-cut...
- THINGS ARE NOT ALWAYS WHAT THEY APPEAR. Mangan, Joseph F. // Insurance Advocate;7/12/2004, Vol. 115 Issue 25, p12
Reports confusion on the names of commercial crime forms. Analysis of a situation in which client's purchasing manager went out and formed a wholesale business that just happened to sell much of the purchasing manager's employer purchases; Assessment of the establishment of loss under employee...
- No. 7 Theft protection plan key to locking in profits. Garber, Amy; Walkup, Carolyn // Nation's Restaurant News;5/24/2004, Vol. 38 Issue 21, p92
Focuses on the problem of employee theft in the U.S. food service industry. Effects of employee theft on restaurant profits and revenues; Prevalence of employee theft; Prevention of employee theft in the food service sector.
- ORGANIZATIONAL CONTROL OF DEVIANT BEHAVIOR: THE CASE OF EMPLOYEE THEFT. Parilla, Peter F.; Hollinger, Richard C.; Clark, John P. // Social Science Quarterly (University of Texas Press);Jun1988, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p261
Organizations routinely rely on the use of pre-employment screening and the threat of punishment to control the behavior of employees. Yet little is known about whether such control practices have their intended effects. This research examines the effectiveness of these organizational controls...
- The Art of the Steal. Bumblauskas, Paul // Prosales;Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p31
The author explains how pay programs and incentives could inspire employees to cheat. He highlights the findings of a survey which suggest that unethical behavior continues to be a major problem in all industries. He warns that good employees may behave badly if employers fail to pair incentives...