I recently read an article in a broadsheet newspaper which discussed how agile working had become the norm. The article explained how technology and social desires had started to dictate where and when we work.
In Food Navigator, Arun Chauhan, founder and director at Tenet Compliance & Litigation, has recently outlined some of the key fraud risks facing businesses within the food sector and how these can be mitigated.
In the recent case, Takhar v Gracefield Developments Ltd (2019), the Supreme Court sought to balance two conflicting principles of legal policy – that fraud unravels all and that there must be a finality to litigation.
The resulting judgement will be welcomed by all unwitting victims of fraud.
How a poor company culture can foster employee fraud
It is estimated that the impact of money laundering in the UK economy is likely to exceed £90bn a year.
In order to tackle this rising problem, the government has launched a new partnership to fight economic crime across the UK.
Decreasing the risk of fraud in the workplace is not just about having the right checks and balances in place but also creating a company culture with a strong moral compass.
Each member of a team – from the front line, right through to the ultimate leader – needs to feel sure-footed in always doing the right thing.
Law firms are not often known for their original and fresh approaches to the traditional working model.
Tenet dares to be different – working as a hybrid of the traditional working model and the gig economy.