Small crimes, big problemStaff witnessing fraud fear exposing it. Two-thirds of known crime goes unreportedBy Asha Tomlinson09/09/2002|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 10/02/2002 The Enron and WorldCom scandals put a spotlight on white collar corporate fraud, but what’s closer to home for many Canadians is small-time crimes like taking expensive office items and pocketing company cash. In the last year, 20 per cent of working Canadians witnessed people stealing from their employers, according to a survey by Ipsos-Reid for Ernst and Young, a professional services firm. The most common fraudulent activities included inflating expense accounts, claiming extra hours worked, taking kickbacks from suppliers and creating phony supplier invoices. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.