Job Fraud

Job fraud refers to fraudulent or deceptive activity or representation on the part of an employee or prospective employee toward an employer. It is not to be confused with employment fraud, where an employer scams job seekers or fails to pay wages for work performed. There are several types of job frauds that employees or potential employees commit against employers. While some may be illegal under jurisdictional laws, others do not violate law but may be held by the employer against the employee or applicant.

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... There are other forms of fraudulent methods that employees of jobs use to obtain payroll money from an employer without actually performing any work ... include Swiping in absence The employee arrives at the job site at the beginning of the shift and swipes in to report to work ... Such acts are usually possible with temp agencies, where contractors are sent to a variety of job sites, and are not known personally by those they would work with ...

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