Emotive words like duplicity, dishonesty and deception have perhaps unfairly tainted the corporate landscape. Mercifully, instances of 'white collar crime' are far less prevalent than some have suggested - the exception rather than the norm.
Fraud is defined as deception made for personal gain and it is classified as a criminal offence. Firms are held accountable for the actions of employees who have knowingly committed fraud in the workplace, whether this is through theft or dishonesty.
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