New research is changing – or at least, should be changing – how enterprises think about whistleblowing. What are some lessons enterprises need to take to heart regarding the value of hotline reporting?
The Transportation Security Administration could save $17.5 million over five years if the agency had less-expensive workers conducting internal investigations, agency officials told the House’s Homeland Security subcommittee on transportation security Tuesday.
In a fiercely competitive international business landscape, corporations race to increase profits by taking advantage of lower labor, manufacturing and distribution costs that only emerging markets can offer.
Conducting investigations within a security organization is very different than an episode of Miami Vice– from the timeframe to the interviews to, probably, the color of the investigator’s blazer. The process isn’t as thrilling as TV makes it out to be, but, as ACFE President and CEO James Ratley knows, that perception can work in your favor