December 2008
People Management;12/11/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 25, p11
This article reports on an increase in the recruitment of in-house investigators, security managers and fraud experts in Great Britain in 2008. The increase has been attributed to the looming recession that drives businesses to scrutinize their costs. Alex Moore, managing consultant for Investigator Recruitment, said the biggest increase had been in demand for internal investigators for government agencies who are proactively seeking to counter fraud and watch their finances.


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