There’s a lot riding on a workplace investigation. One wrong move and the entire investigation could be compromised, negatively impacting the reputation of your organization and increasing the risk of additional lawsuits. Every aspect of a workplace investigation matters, which is why it’s important to plan carefully for each investigation.
The typical organization loses 5% of its annual revenue to fraud, according to the 2012 Report to the Nations from the ACFE. Here are 5 ways to fight that right now.
Ignoring a discrimination complaint made by an employee might seem like the easy thing to do, but it can also be the easiest way to end up in a lawsuit. It isn’t easy for an employee to raise their hand about discrimination in the workplace. Some people feel that investigating every employee complaint wastes time [...]
Ethics is especially important in today’s business environment, given the pressure that both employees and employers are feeling as a result of the current economic conditions. According to a recent survey from the Ethics Resource Center (ERC), when it comes to business ethics, there’s good news and there’s bad news. 2011 National Business Ethics Survey [...]
Mastering the art of the internal investigation has never been more important. According to a study by the National Whistleblowers Center, 89.7% of employees who filed a lawsuit against their employer had originally raised the concern internally. Internal investigation can help companies avoid lawsuits – but only if they are conducted properly.
When you need heart surgery, you go to a heart surgeon. As skilled as the best brain surgeon is, the heart surgeon has the experience and specialized skills that make them the right fit for the procedure. And when you want a workplace investigation done right, you choose an investigator with the required knowledge and experience to [...]
Lindsay Walker provides the top three findings from the Kroll Global Fraud Report and discusses what companies can do to curb the amount of fraud in their offices.