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October 31, 2012

7 Practices to Prevent Unethical Behavior

In recent weeks, I have had several conversations with school personnel directors about the importance of building ethical cultures and practices. Leaders in all industries face issues concerning unethical behavior and can learn from each other about how best to tackle these situations. Here are se...

August 01, 2012

Use of Credit Checks Scrutinized in Employee Selection

A hot topic of debate (yes, debate) at my office, and within Human Resources departments across the country, is what tools and practices should and shouldn't be used in the selection process. For example, is GPA a good or bad indicator of someone's future potential? Credit checks are also a measure...

May 07, 2012

Update to 'HR Can Help Detect and Prevent Fraud'

On April 26, 2012, I posted a blog entry titled "HR Can Help Detect and Prevent Fraud" that discussed how HR departments and other school district leaders could create processes and policies to prevent fraud using resources from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the Institute of Internal...

April 26, 2012

HR Can Help Detect And Prevent Fraud

CORRECTED CORRECTION: An example cited in this blog post about fraud that was discovered in the Wake County, N.C., school district back in 2004 included factual errors and may have misled readers. The district hired David Neter as its chief business officer in 2006, following the scandal, to incorp...





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