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Global Fraud Epidemic: How to Keep Your Organization Safe

Could your organization be the next victim of fraud in an increasingly tense global marketplace? No one wants to believe that their trusted employees would steal assets or manipulate financial information for criminal purposes. But fraud is more common — and costly — than you might think, especially for smaller organizations.

A new study sheds light on some eye-opening statistics about fraud in the workplace, along with ways to prevent and detect occupational fraud scams.

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College Costs: How to Maximize Your Return on Investment

College is a major investment. But, if campuses remain shuttered in the fall due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, will your student get his or her money’s worth from virtual classes? Though universities may provide rebates for unused room and board costs, they’re unlikely to offer discounts on tuition costs if classes remain online.

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Is it Time to Reopen your Business? 10 Questions to Ask Yourself

Businesses across America that have been shut down due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic may now (or soon) have the option to reopen. Since no two businesses are alike — even those in the same industry and location — what makes sense for one company could be a disaster for another. But many questions that business owners are asking could be applicable to all organizations. Here are 10 questions to keep in mind as you decide whether and how to open up.

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Can Your Business Survive and Even Thrive in These Trying Times?

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has caused difficulties for millions of businesses — from family-owned restaurants and niche manufacturers to multinational airlines and oil companies. As the economy slowly reopens across the country, old ways of doing things clearly won’t work for most business operations.

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Boosting the Productivity of Remote Workers

Even while conditions in some states have improved enough to allow some workers in exile to begin returning to their workplaces, life isn’t likely to return to normal for a long while, thanks to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.

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Prepare for a Post COVID-19 Business Sea Change

Few businesses have been left unscathed by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Unfortunately, many have been mortally wounded. Some may be living on life support thanks to financial help from the government, but their long-term survival is in doubt. That may not be inevitable, however, particularly for businesses that are proactive.

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