Fidelity Carriers Expect an Uptick in Worker Fraud

Taylor, Chris
June 2009
Best's Review;Jun2009, Vol. 110 Issue 2, p34
Trade Publication
The article reports on the result of the survey which revealed that more workers are tempted to commit fraudulent acts amidst recession in the U.S. It mentions that more than half of the respondents stated that fraud has increased in 2008 at the middle of the financial crisis. It relates that as companies lay off employees, they become vulnerable to fraud especially by those who have the difficulty to cope up with the recession.


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