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Solving Employee Theft: New Insights, New Tactics

- In Solving Employee Theft, the author pitches his own questionnaire to employers to narrow down which employees may have stolen from them.

Background Screening Hot Topic After Arrest in Yale Murder Case

- The arrest of a Yale lab technician in the murder case of Yale graduate student Annie Le has provoked questions about the university's background screening policies.

Counterterrorism Strategies for Corporations: The Ackerman Principles

- Despite its title, Counterterrorism Strategies for Corporations gives security managers the lowdown on all types of threats facing businesses operating globally.

The Safe Hiring Audit: The Employer's Guide to Implementing a Safe Hiring Program

- Employees determine how every organization runs. Lester S. Rosen shows employers how to pick the right one so organizations don't break down.

Accredited Schools

- Due to the abundance of employees with degrees from diploma mills and unaccredited universities, the Department of Education has provided a database of schools with legitimate accreditation.

Keeping Track of Tours

- How one company is tracking its guards on tour to make sure that patrols are carried out as promised.

Premises Liability

- An employee attacked in a parking lot cannot hold the lot owner liable for failing to protect him from an unforeseen attack, according to the California Court of Appeal. (Ericson v. Federal Express, California Court of Appeal, No. D049934, 2008)  

Don't Strike Out in Labor Disputes

- Surviving a worker strike is one of the most important aspects of business continuity planning.


- The federal government did not discriminate against a job applicant when it hired a younger person instead, a district court ruled, because the applicant had not proved that he was qualified for the job.

The Art of Interviews

- In any investigation, the only way to get the full picture is by knowing how to coax witnesses into sharing what they know.

Document Security: Protecting Physical and Electronic Content

- Document security has evolved with technology, but the most critical element is still the human one.

Experts: U.K. Companies Must Protect Employees Traveling Abroad

- A new U.K. corporate manslaughter law may elevate corporate liability if employees get injured or die while traveling on the job, says iJet Intelligent Risk Systems.

Painless Performance Reviews

- Reviews should focus not on past problems but on how the worker can improve and plot a career path with the company.

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