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6 Tips for Preventing Employee Theft and Fraud in the Workplace

Studies show Occupational fraud now results in the loss of over five percent of your annual revenue!

6 Tips to prevent Employee Theft and Fraud

1. Do Pre-Employment Background Checks.

It’s amazing how many employers do not do background checks They are essential for every company, especially on employees who will be handling cash, high-value merchandise, or have access to sensitive customer or financial data.

2. Check References

Violent felons sent into homes as service workers (ABC News Report - August 20, 2013

There are no federal laws requiring background checks for service workers such as TV installers or handymen, and only spotty local laws requiring service companies to do background checks. But some of those workers are actually violent felons who have even attacked customers inside their own homes.

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Registered Sex Offender Allowed to Work at West Loop Day Care

Updated: Friday, 03 Feb 2012, 11:06 AM CST
Published : Thursday, 02 Feb 2012, 7:29 PM CST
By Dane Placko, FOX Chicago News

Chicago - FOX Chicago News got a tip that Eric Ellis, 48, was working in a West Loop day care’s kitchen.
Illinois has launched an investigation into the Little Green Tree House , because Ellis, an admitted sex-offender, was allowed to work at the upscale, eco-friendly day care center.

Ellis is listed as a registered sex offender on the Illinois State Police website .

Bookkeeper with criminal record steals AGAIN!!!!! - Not with an eGuarded background

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Written by Melanie Payne November 25, 2011

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Marco handyman charged with grand theft
Posted: Dec 09, 2011 8:40 AM EST

"A 41-year-old man faces charges after investigators say he stole $25,000 in items from a Marco Island home.
Thursday, John Beaufort of Marco Island was booked into the Collier County Jail on a charge of grand theft.
Police say Beaufort stole jewelry, various coins and prescription medication from a home at 1128 Bald Eagle Drive.