Tackling workplace fraud must be embedded in culture



It was reported recently that British company bosses could face prosecution if they fail to prevent their staff from committing fraud within the workplace.
The UK Attorney General, Jeremy Wright QC, made the comments at a speech in Cambridge, addressing the question “where does the buck stop?” when it comes to corporate crime. He suggested that extending measures to address corporate crime would be part of a wider government consultation aimed at extending tax evasion laws.
While even the best designed measures cannot always prevent fraud, bosses can take actions now to reduce risk Gillian... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Business, Views: 35
Source: Scotsman
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