HOW TO…prevent insider fraud

February 2010
People Management;2/25/2010, p51
The article presents tips on how to prevent insider fraud. A company's human resource department is advised to have a thorough verification of their employees' identities to avoid fraud. Gaining permission from employees to conduct background checks is essential to protect both the employees and the business. It is recommended that background checks should be done at all levels, especially to junior employees who are the most biggest threats of fraud because they have less loyalty to the firm and can access the sensitive customer information.


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