board members

Fraud Prevention Tip #41: Train Your Board Members

There is an assumption that once an individual is accepted into a Board position, they are qualified to provide governance oversight of the organization’s anti-fraud efforts. But for most Board members, nothing could be further from the truth. History is filled with examples of corporate corruption and fraud at the highest levels that occurred right […]

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Create an Anti-Fraud Presentation for Delivery by Every Supervisor

Fraud Prevention Tip #30: Create an Anti-Fraud Presentation for Delivery by Every Supervisor

Help every supervisor train their team by giving them the “train-the-trainer” tools they will need to successfully share the anti-fraud message with their subordinates. Presentation aids should include: suggested agenda, the CEO call-to-action video, supervisor talking points, presentation slides (PowerPoint or similar with talking points for each), and relevant handout materials (brainstorming guides, Hotline materials, […]

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Good Questions Before Approving Supplier Invoices

Fraud Prevention Tip #27: Good Questions Before Approving Supplier Invoices

Here’s the wording for your anti-fraud article you should publish for all employees. Include your contact information so readers can reach out with questions and comments. Get ready for the question, “Why didn’t the company tell us this before!” They are going to love you for the following advice. Good Questions Before Approving Invoices Each […]

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Create a Presentation for Your CEO

Fraud Prevention Tip #26: Create a Presentation for Your CEO

Draft a five-minute script for your CEO. Ask them to present this short talk to all employees – through a recorded video and live in-person whenever the opportunity is available. Here are the Talking Points: • As a business organization we have the risk of misconduct, wrongdoing and fraud. I need everyone’s help every day […]

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