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Items Tagged with 'employee theft'
Disguised as authentic utility workers, a band of copper thieves dug up and stole nearly £280,000-worth of redundant cabling from locations all around London, many of which were leaked through at least one crooked BT employee.
Labor lawyers state that employees are often coerced into confessing, leading to a permanent blight on their employment records.
Employee theft, shoplifting/organized retail crime and administrative error are the main sources of loss affecting retailers.
Current background screening pushes criminal, educational, credit and federal tax reports back until after an applicant is actually hired, instead of before.
The higher the wages of retail workers, the less likely they are to steal store merchandise, according to a new study.
Shoplifters and dishonest employees stole more than $6 billion in 2011 from 24 major retailers, a new survey says.
A hospital employee in Matteson, Ill., has been charged with stealing patients' credit card information to pay her bills.
A finance officer siphoned off $30 million from the city of Dixon to fund a nationally renowned horse breeding business.
Nearly 70 percent of the nation’s service employees give away free goods and services – from hamburgers to cable TV – costing companies billions of dollars a year.