Breaking the Chain of Embezzlement
1 hour Audio and Power Point Presentation
Recorded April 17, 2016
"Not in my office!" All too often this is the statement that comes right before an owner finds out they lost tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars to embezzlement. No one wants to believe it can happen to them, but the reality is less optimistic. Find out how your most productive employees can be your most destructive, and the methods that can keep their theft undetected for years. Most of all, learn how to implement reasonable policies and procedures that can deter theft, detect it earlier, and let you keep your hard earned money.
- Identify the single biggest mistake most employers make
- Plan to take the first steps you need to take when you suspect embezzlement is taking place
- Learn critical office policies you must address and have in place to limit your risk
- Learn the anatomy of the average embezzler and best tell-tale signs you might be a target of embezzlement
- Learn how to recover from embezzlement and come away stronger
Faculty Bio: Kurt Tullar, JD
Kurt Tullar is a licensed attorney with more than 10 years’ experience, and received his law degree from the Fordham University School of Law in New York. As a veteran litigator, he helps CEDR members and urgent care employers avoid the courtroom and improve employee production and morale. Kurt has extensive experience helping employers navigate the ever-shifting web of state and federal laws that regulate Human Resources and employment law, and enjoys working with CEDR members every day to solve their workplace problems.
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