When Should an Employer Start a Corporate Investigation

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Approximately 99.7% of all American businesses are considered small businesses, and there are almost 32 million businesses nationwide. Comparatively, there are just over 20,000 large corporations. But whether a company has five employees, 150 employees, or 50,000 employees, employers are responsible for the safety and security of all employees, clients, and customers during working hours. … Read more

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