Lessons from a reformed fraudster – Rehabilitating the culprits

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How should organisations and society deal with fraudsters? Should we be talking about rehabilitation and a reintegration into society? If we don’t, do we create unemployable people who either go back to their fraudulent ways or become a burden on society instead of becoming assets in society? In this second of two interviews Dr Claudelle and Brad Sadler discuss these difficult questions.

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