Continuing our series on Marketing and Employee Engagement this month, we were joined by Kelly Paxton on our latest interview episode: Why Good, Honest Employees Really Do Steal With Kelly Paxton (#240).
Tim and Kurt discuss their fantastic conversation with Kelly who has authored Embezzlement: How to Detect, Prevent, and Investigate Pink-Collar Crime: https://amzn.to/3i57hN1 and is also the podcast host of Great Women in Fraud: https://podcast.greatwomeninfraud.com/. Kelly investigates and researches low-level crimes such as book-keeping fraud; also known as Pink Collar Crime. We were interested in her insight that a hostile work environment and financial difficulties at home can lead “good” people to rationalize dishonest behavior.
- Rationalizing dishonesty.
- Steps business leaders can take to avoid fraud.
- How to convince business leaders that they are vulnerable to embezzlement.
- Consider the environment you’re creating at work. It matters a great deal.
- Reviewing your own business habits.
Kelly Paxton https://www.linkedin.com/in/kellypaxton/
Kelly Paxton, Embezzlement: How to Detect, Prevent, and Investigate Pink-Collar Crime https://amzn.to/3i57hN1
Great Women in Fraud https://greatwomeninfraud.com/
Great Women in Fraud Podcast https://podcast.greatwomeninfraud.com/
From Prison Cells to PhDs https://www.fromprisoncellstophd.org/
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