Thefts usually perpetrated by long-time, trusted staff members

01/29/2010 | Google

Experts say people who steal from their employers are usually not new hires, but long-time staff members who have high-level access to accounting information and trust from management. To prevent theft, experts recommend not making one employee responsible for all accounting functions, auditing the books annually and making sure management is hands-on.

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