OSHA Issues New Workplace Safety Rules

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently published new rules on discrimination, injury and illness reporting that will impact many businesses across the country. Big “I” agencies should review the rules and share them with their business clients. The new rules prohibit employers from discriminating or retaliating against employees for reporting a work-related injury…

Malware Is Surging: How Can Employers Avoid Being Swamped?

Experts recently released a report of malware attacks on U.S. organizations of varying sizes. They found that 46 percent of respondents experienced an attack that had significant repercussions on their business operations. These attacks included ransomware, distributed denial of service (DDoS), and advanced persistent threats (APT) like keyloggers or phishing. The report indicates organizations spend…

The Fraudster In The Office Next Door

KPMG, a global tax and financial auditing firm, recently released a study that examines the characteristics of workplace participants who commit fraud. The study, which evaluated 750 cases of fraud, found that 44 percent of cases involved a fraudster who had “unlimited authority” in their organization. In fact, 34 percent of the fraudsters were executives…