Do you know the signs of employee theft? Do you know what to do when you suspect an employee is stealing from you? Do you know your rights? How bad is the problem? It’s probably much worse than you think. This seminar covered everything you need to know about employee theft and business security.
Marc Furman, Chair of the Labor & Employment Group of Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman, and John Capizzi, President of Internal Audit Services, Inc., International, hosted a Breakfast Seminar on employee theft.
The seminar covered legal actions including seeking injunctive relief and bringing a civil or criminal action, forensic audits, and independent third-party investigators. After this seminar attendees gained the following knowledge:
- When should you contact the police?
- What is your company’s exposure? What does your insurance cover, if anything?
- What is the potential risk associated with shutting down your billings and revenue systems?
- What do you do if your employee is engaging in “side” work?
- What do you do if your employee is engaging in theft of trade secrets?
Marc Furman is the Chair of the Labor & Employment Group of Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman. Marc provides representation and advice to employers in all aspects of labor and employment law. Representing both union and non-union companies throughout the U.S., Marc counsels employers with respect to NLRB proceedings, collective bargaining, strikes and picketing, injunctions, employment discrimination, wage and hour compliance and day-to-day personnel matters.
John Capizzi has been President of Internal Audit Services, Inc., International for more than 34 years. John is a Certified Forensic Fraud Examiner and Board Certified Forensic Examiner, Past President South Florida Fraud Examiners Association and Past President Institute of Internal Auditors. John specializes in Internal Fraud, Employee Theft and Loss Prevention, Employment Practices Liability, and Loss Prevention Training presentations.