The last person your workers want to see and remember?
Updated: Nov 6
I guarantee it. The presence of a clearly marked Fraud Examiner on the jobsite will definitely get attention. You may not hear it, but by the time the Fraud Examiner leaves, you can rest assure every subcontractor, vendor, employee and those back at the office will know, someone important has been there. Ipsen Due Diligence helps those wanting to improve the bottom line and does so by employing effective fraud prevention measures.
The 2-hour onsite program includes a jobsite visit, safety walk-through, talks with employees, subcontractors, and material suppliers discussing what's expected of them when it comes to billing, change orders, deliveries, the avoidance of unapproved material substitutions, the accurate reporting of hours and equipment usage as well as the prevention of theft.
Jerry Ipsen, CFE, MBA of Ipsen Due Diligence is the right choice for those responsible for overseeing construction jobsites and are concerned about saving money, the company's reputation, the prevention of fraud as well as reporting on incidents should they occur.