Asset misuse by employees can be a major cause of headaches for employers, create liability and safety issues, and lead to theft. When employees abuse their power and are not disciplined, the misconduct will escalate to crimes against the business and flagrant policy violations.
The professionals at Nolan Enterprises are experienced at detecting asset misuse and protecting the business by documenting misconduct.
We assist employers with the following workplace issues:
Asset Misuse – Using company computers or software in any way that does not adhere to the Company’s Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).
Bribery – The offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting of any item of value to influence the actions of an employee or official.
Cyber loafing –When an employee uses their Internet access at work for personal use while pretending to do legitimate work.
Embezzlement – The act of withholding company funds for the purpose of stealing those funds, by an employee to whom the funds were entrusted.
IP Theft – The unauthorized access or theft of ideas and proprietary data – “intellectual property” – including trade secrets, software, tools, and other products.
Kickbacks – A ‘kickback’ is a form of negotiated bribery in which money is paid to the bribe-taker in exchange for services.
Pilferage – Small-scale theft; the theft of part of the contents of a package. It may also include theft of the contents but leaving the package, perhaps resealed with bogus contents.
Sexual Harassment – Unwelcome and inappropriate sexual remarks or physical advances in a workplace.
Theft – the taking of Company property without permission with the intent to deprive the Company of it.
Time card fraud – Time theft or time card fraud is when an employee puts down hours they did not work and collects payment for them.
Working while intoxicated/under the influence – The act of operating heavy machinery or driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.
Contact us for assistance with employee policy violations.