Neglected: Saving the Small Business from Occupational Fraud


2012 Webinar Image  CPE Credit: 2
Course Level: Overview
Prerequisite: None





It is estimated that small business employees make up 52 percent of the work force in the United States yet continue to rank the highest in occupational fraud frequency. Through this course, obtain a realistic view along with the impact fraud has on small businesses and how you can help lower those risks. Learn about current statistics, cases in the news, their impact and outcome, as well as how you can provide an affordable solution with effective prevention programs.

Small businesses don't need to suffer the catastrophic financial impact that employee theft causes; you need to know there are resources and professionals available to help protect them.


You will learn how to: 


Recognize warning signs of small business frauds

Identify types of frauds committed in small businesses

Examine case examples for mistakes a small business might commit that make them susceptible to fraud

Identify common problems in small business fraud investigations

Determine what elements to consider when implementing a prevention program

Compare the definitions of a small business and large corporation

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Presenter: Julie A. Aydlott, CFE
Recording Date: MaY 2012
Duration: 100 Minutes 

field of study: Specialized Knowledge 

Last Updated: March 2018


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