Case In Point: Lessons for the proactive manager

Case In Point: Lessons for the proactive manager

7/31/19
By: Auburn University

The past two months we've focused on topics that routinely appear in the Fraud & Ethics related section of Case in Point--conflicts of interest and the use of funds/fiduciary responsibility. This month I'd like to address the most common type of article linked in the Fraud & Ethics section: occupational fraud. Simply put, occupational fraud is an employee stealing from their employer. Education has ranked in the top ten in frequency of occupational fraud for several years, though our losses tend to be much lower than other industries.



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