When I was a doctoral graduate student at the University of Minnesota during the late 1970s, I began conducting research on employee theft. At the time this was an area of criminology that was virtually unexplored. I found that it was hard to study this subject then, since few retailers Read More
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There are many different ways that retail theft statistics can be applied in order to show how the many different ways that shoplifting, employee theft, and other forms of retail loss can impact a retail enterprise. But how are retail theft statistics really used, and what numbers are truly most Read More
Recent employee theft statistics from the UK has seen a rise in so-called silver fraudsters – older, more senior employees willing to engage in criminal activity, according to one of the world’s most authoritative fraud reports.
According to the 2016 PwC Global Economics Survey, 55 percent of UK organizations have been Read More