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Employee Malpractice

We know there are different types of malpractice, typically deliberate or that arising out of a poor work culture – for whatever reason.

Often, identifying the thief is more readily achieved than dealing with a work culture or ethos that has degenerated.

Both can cost a business dearly.

Scenario One:

An employee deliberately takes money or property, from his employer. With the right assistance the employer has a significant ability to both deal with the employment relationship and effect full or partial recovery of the loss.

Scenario Two:

An employee fails to service a piece of machinery before operating it resulting in damage requiring a major overhaul, but there is no documented procedure detailing any such service. The ability for recovery is negligible.

Recognise either of them???  We deal with these situations every day.

If you require assistance or advice, contact:

Doug Abraham