HOW TO... prevent internal fraud

Tweedie, Ewan
March 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);3/13/2009, p42
Trade Publication
The article offers information on preventing the internal fraud that has reportedly cost the Great Britain's retail industry more than £2.9 billion. Fraud is reportedly the fastest growing crime over the past decade, in some years reaching rates of growth more than 400%. It is suggested that the employers should collate the candidate's identity and right-to-work documents at interview or point-of-offer stage. Comments on checking employment and academic references are also included.


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