Recently, corporations started hiring us to perform surveillance on executives that were supposed to be working from home during COVID. They were on the golf course or on their boats.
The skills and knowledge of private investigators can help businesses make informed decisions and protect their assets. Here are the top 5 reasons every business needs a private investigator.
Continuing our series of workplace theft stories, this post looks at five recent examples of employee theft in the news.
With the holidays now over and the new year upon us, I thought we’d look back on a couple interesting employee theft stories I found from December 2014.
Post for retail business owners: Why 80% of employees steal, what they steal, how employee theft works, how private investigators help during the holidays.
A 2014 survey found small business owners report employee theft only 16% of the time, despite 64% being victims of theft. Here’s why they don’t report it.
Reputable statistics on workplace theft show that nearly 75% of employees have stolen at least once from their employer. Recent cases in the news.
Post discusses employee embezzlement, a Bank of America employee who stole over $6 million dollars, and how corporations can avoid bad hires.
Morrisons supermarkets recently had an employee leak private employee data. This post discusses what companies can do to prevent information leaks
Post describes common frauds facing businesses today. Auditors can take up to 12 months to find patterns of fraud. Executives can be aware of common issues.