Contractors face financial risks on every corner, and unquestioning contractors can quickly find that their pockets have been picked, and their hard work and efforts have been turned to nothing by unscrupulous people. Contractors need to be wise to these tricks and have systems in place to protect themselves.
Who are these potential pickpockets? Who steals from contractors?
Who could be stealing from your company?
What’s the cost of theft to contractors?
Theft results in:
What contractors can do to prevent theft
Don’t let your hard earned cash disappear out the door. There are steps that you can put in place.
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