St. Patrick's finance director accused of stealing $202,000
Original post made on Apr 2, 2013
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on Apr 2, 2013 at 9:57 am
Ususally these situations develop because there are no routine, and random, audits scheduled for these small The Administration of this school is responsible for insuring that all of the employees do their jobs. Even though the thefts were perpetrated by the employees in that department, the fact that there were (presumably) no audits scheduled is a failure the the school's headmaster, and any board of directors that might exist.
These kinds of problems could be vastly reduced in number if society would demand both internal, and external, audits of its institutions--and stop trusting people who are not worthy of trust.
on Apr 2, 2013 at 12:29 pm
Do I misunderstand this use of the word, "reimburse"?
Or is this written unclearly?
on Apr 2, 2013 at 12:52 pm
Obviously, this woman stole. But I have used my personal credit card to buy things for a company where I am only an employee. The President of the company knows this. I get flight miles and get reimbursed. But the company gets the benefit of my not needing to be reimbursed for the charges until the credit card bill is due.
This doesn't seem like fraud to me.