Shrinkage: getting out of hot water

Ruthven, Clayton
January 2003
Cabinet Maker;1/17/2003, Issue 5320, p14
Trade Publication
The article discusses ways to deal with fraud in a small business. Consideration of the daily operational control; Considerations to ponder before taking action; Probability of recovery of loss from third parties.


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