10 pieces of advice to stop embezzlers

September 2009
Same-Day Surgery;Sep2009, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p87
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The article presents advice on how to stop embezzlement, including carrying crime insurance for embezzlement, performing background checks on employees and putting a spending limit on credit cards.


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