Financial problems are one of the leading reasons for fights between people in long-term relationships. The statistics are about the same for those who are married. It isn’t uncommon for someone to suspect that a spouse or partner is making more money than what they share. This can lead to problems with trust as well as suspecting that a partner is not contributing fairly to the needs of the family.
Do you know that 22% of fraud cases worldwide equals a loss of at least a million dollars? The median global loss is at $145,000 per case which could explain why and how organizations report losing around 5% of their revenue to fraud. This is certainly not a small number, because this means global loss to fraud is at $3.7 trillion USD (yes, that’s trillion!).
Not all claims made to the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board are legitimate, some have a marked presence of questionable signs that employers must watch out for. Fraudulent claims are often ripe with questionable signs that can be easily distinguished. This is not to say that seeing a few questionable signs is a fool-proof indication of fraud, but an alert of the possibility of fraud won’t hurt anyone.