Fraud is currently the most common crime in England and Wales, accounting for almost 40% of all crimes reported. It’s estimated that the UK loses around £190 billion to fraud each year, and £1.8 billion of this figure can be attributed to housing tenancy fraud alone.
Although fraud and cybercrime are often lumped together in terms of risk management, they are distinctly different. Not all fraud is committed online, and not all online crimes involve fraud.
When you have a good organisational culture, you create an environment where employees feel invested in the company’s success and want to protect it. Because they want to protect it, they are more likely to identify and report threats.
So many things impact on our mental wellbeing, whether in the workplace or in our personal lives. Raising staff awareness around mental wellbeing can help create an open culture where individuals are more prepared to talk to each other.
Most organisations understand the importance of organisational learning. Not only does it improve customer delivery and ensure compliance, but it can improve productivity and staff retention.
Despite the benefits of organisational learning, many organisations struggle to implement robust and consistent training programmes.
The workplace has evolved from being a place where employees simply turn up, do their job and go home each day. People want more. They want job satisfaction – to feel valued, supported and engaged. Most of all, they want to feel safe. Not just safe from physical injury, but safe from humiliation, bullying and punishment for things that are out of their control. As such, more and more organisations are focusing on psychological safety – creating a safe environment for employees to open up.
In this article, we’re looking at how psychological safety can benefit your organisation, particularly its impact on mental wellbeing
Explore the benefits to any organisation by providing all employees and stakeholders with Fraud Awareness training.
Meritec look at how mental health of employees has been affected by the lockdowns of 2020 & 2021. The lockdowns of 2020 and 2021 affected almost everyone in the UK, and the impacts of those lockdowns are still being seen today.