Fraud on resumes and applications is increasing, so it’s becoming even more important to do background checks on potential hires. Not only is it a security issue, a background check could save the company money in the long run.
People are getting more desperate to find jobs. So desperate, they’re making false claims on their resumes.
Technology’s supposed to make life easier, and automated expense-management does just that.
Moving your company from a local market to the global one doesn’t have to be costly. With today’s technology, expanding to the international market is easier than ever.
Four bucks for a gallon of gas + Four bucks for a gallon of milk + no pay raise = a potentially very expensive problem for companies.
Recession fears lead mid-level employees to be more likely to press their luck with skimming a little off the top. Believe it or not, that may be good news.
You probably don’t want to start hanging Wanted posters in the lunchroom, but there’s a distinct profile of the employee most likely to defraud your company.
Fraud prevention becomes stronger by the year, yet incidents of fraud — and the costs associated with them — are still on the rise.
Jump on every technology that promises to improve accounting processes and you won’t have anything left in the budget to keep track of. But for some tech features finance execs should definitely jump on, few have.