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1. Companies Should Guard Against Violence, Fraud -

A recent Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics’ publication on Workplace Violence reported more than 572,000 nonfatal violent crimes – rape, robbery or assault – occurred while people were at work or on duty in 2009.

2. Reducing Fraud, Waste, Abuse -

On March 21, 2012, Mayor A C Wharton Jr. took a step that will put the City of Memphis on the road to recovery by creating a fraud hotline to report fraud, waste and abuse and ethics violations. As long as those who investigate the complaints for Memphis conduct thorough all-encompassing investigations – the creation of the hotline will be a “game changer” for the city, its employees and the taxpayers.

3. Take Precautions When Protecting The Workplace -

A recent Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics’ publication on Workplace Violence reported more than 572,000 nonfatal violent crimes – rape, robbery or assault – occurred while people were at work or on duty in 2009. That same year, 521 homicides in the workplace were also reported and work associates (current and former co-workers, customers, and clients) accounted for 21 percent of them.

4. Government Pension Agency Braces for Recession -

WASHINGTON (AP) - The deepening recession spells trouble for a little-known government corporation that insures the pensions of 44 million workers and retirees.

The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. already has an $11 billion deficit that seems sure to grow larger as Corporate America suffers through the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression.