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What is Fraud?

The Ethical Costs of Deception in the Workplace Introduction Fraud can be defined as a deliberate misrepresentation to gain an advantage over another party. If you were to apply for a home mortgage loan and include a source of income as part of your earnings but it doesn’t exist, you... Read more →


5 Need-to-Know TED Talks on Social Responsibility Every Business Should Watch

Creating a New Paradigm for Corporate Social Responsibility Today’s guest blog is by Beatrice Potter. You can find out more about her below. Modernisation and globalisation are bigger today than it has ever been before, and there is no denying there are businesses these days that have so much power.... Read more →


Controlling For Fraud in Organizations

ACFE 2020 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse The 2020 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse developed by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners examined 2,504 cases of fraud in 125 countries causing $3.6 billion losses. The results are an eye-opener with respect to... Read more →


How Successful Women Redefine The Notion Of Workplace

Breaking the Glass Ceiling This essay was written by Frank Hamilton, a guest blogger. I believe his message resonates with many folks interested in how women have become important contributors to society and the workplace. The nature and history of humankind are very inventive - the story of a woman... Read more →