While white collar crimes don’t usually carry the same stigma or penalties as violent crime, the consequences of a conviction, or even an allegation can be devastating. Leaving prison time aside, the business may also face investigation, prosecution and possibly, the risk of reputational damage, financial loss and unwanted exposure.
As governmental enforcement of laws against those accused of white collar crime increases, companies need to understand how to avoid unknowingly acting in ways that may be unlawful, how to prevent and detect potential employee misconduct, and how to react if misconduct does occur.
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