North Shore Community College will hold their January Supervisors’ Connection, Occupational Fraud Awareness and Prevention, Wednesday, January 18, 2017, from 8-10 a.m. at NSCC’s Corporate Training Solutions (CTS), 1 Ferncroft Road, DS106, Danvers. Cost is $49 per workshop.
What impact could undetected theft, cyberattack, a corrupt vendor or employee have on your business?
This engaging and informative presentation provides businesses and their employees at all levels with practical, including no-cost, methods for reducing risk due to occupational fraud. Fraud is a $3.7 trillion worldwide problem effecting large and small businesses alike. It’s effect could prevent future viability of the organization/business if left unresolved. It happens every day.
Through video, narrative, graphics and interactive dynamics, attendees will discover:
- Who commits occupational fraud and the most common conditions in organizations that make it possible
- The most common fraud schemes in business and their detection
- Prevention measures and what to do if it is detected
Facilitator: Paul Rigby is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and former Director of Quality Assurance and Risk Assessment for Salem State University. He brings over 30 years of experience in government, non-profit, private sector and small business management.
NSCC’s Supervisors’ Connection is a give-and-take forum where supervisors and managers exchange information and ideas with colleagues from other industries.
To register or for more information, call 978-236-1240.