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Employment investigations are a vital part of any recruitment strategy because they give you a better understanding of the person you are hiring. They help you make sure that you hire someone who fits well with your company culture and values. This means that you’ll be able to avoid wasting time interviewing applicants who aren’t right for your organization.
In addition, conducting an investigation helps you identify red flags early on. For example, if you discover that an employee has been fired from another job, you won’t waste your time interviewing them. Instead, you’ll focus on finding someone who hasn’t had previous problems working within a team environment.
In employment screening investigation, Quinn & Associates aid in all areas of gathering information on a potential employee in an effort to determine background and work history.
Identity theft is a crime that happens when someone uses another person’s personal information without permission. This includes credit card numbers, social security numbers, bank account numbers, passwords, etc.
Identity theft is a serious problem because it affects both individuals and businesses. In fact, according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), more than 8 million Americans fall victim to identity theft each year.
The FTC estimates that losses due to identity theft cost consumers $16 billion annually. That means that an average American loses $3,000 per year due to identity theft.
In addition to financial loss, victims often suffer emotional distress and embarrassment. Victims may also lose their jobs, be unable to obtain loans, and even find themselves arrested for crimes committed under false pretenses.
Quinn & Associates’ goal is to help prevent identity theft by providing you with peace of mind. Our team of experts reviews every report submitted by our users and investigates suspicious activity. If necessary, we contact law enforcement agencies to assist you in identifying the perpetrator.
The most common types of insurance fraud include theft, forgery, false statements, and misrepresentation. These crimes often involve an individual attempting to defraud an insurer out of money. Insurance companies may also lose money due to fraudulent activities.
Insurance fraudsters usually commit these crimes because they feel that they can get away with them. In addition, insurance fraudsters do not care whether they are caught or not. This makes it difficult for law enforcement agencies to catch insurance fraudsters.
To catch these types of fraudulent activities, companies need to collect evidence. They need to find proof that shows that the damage occurred.
The healthcare industry is rife with fraud. In fact, according to the US Government Accountability Office (GAO), more than $30 billion dollars worth of fraudulent Medicare payments were made between 2007 and 2012 alone. This means that there is an opportunity for anyone who wants to make money in the healthcare sector to do so legitimately. However, the problem is that most companies simply aren’t aware of the opportunities out there.
That’s where we come in. We provide healthcare investigation services to uncover the truth behind your clients’ healthcare claims. Our team of investigators uses advanced technology to identify potential issues within your client’s medical records. This allows us to find any discrepancies that may exist between what your client says happened and what actually occurred. Once we’ve uncovered these discrepancies, we’ll present them to you in a way that makes sense. If you choose to pursue our findings, we’ll continue digging deeper until we reach the bottom line.
In addition to uncovering the facts, we also provide recommendations based on our findings. These recommendations include ways to improve your client’s claim file, which could lead to increased reimbursement.
There are two common types of investigations that lawyers do. One type is called litigation support. This is when an attorney uses information gathered during discovery to help them prepare for trial.
The second common kind of investigation is called forensic accounting. Forensic accountants look into financial matters such as fraud, embezzlement, money laundering, tax evasion, etc.
These are both very important jobs because without them we would have no justice system.
But there are also other kinds of investigations that lawyers perform. For example, a lawyer might investigate a crime scene to determine whether someone committed a murder. Or they may investigate a company to find out if its products are safe. Or they could investigate a person to find out if he or she is guilty of a crime. These are all examples of non-litigation investigations.
In addition to these kinds of investigations, lawyers often conduct internal investigations. An internal investigation is done within a business to uncover wrongdoing. For example, a law firm might hire an investigator to look into allegations of misconduct made against a business partner.
Whatever your case may be, Quinn & Associates can help. Call us today to assist you with your investigation!
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