Terrence D. Shulman and Employee Theft
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Embezzlement is rooted in a lack of oversight, psychological issues, experts say. "If employees seem too good to be true, often they are," said Terry Shulman, author of "Biting the Hand That Feeds: The Employee Theft Epidemic." "Because often it is the star employee who is led out in handcuffs."
"Biting The Hand That Feeds:
The Employee Theft Epidemic... New Perspectives, New Solutions"
What are people saying about Mr. Shulman's presentation, based on his book of the same title?
"Terrence Daryl Shulman's presentation "Biting the Hand that Feeds: The Employee Theft Epidemic…New Perspective, New Solutions" was a fascinating, thought-provoking, and highly informative presentation. The training provided invaluable information and tools for recipient rights investigators to understand the person, circumstances, risk factors, and theft deterrence in today's world. Terry's personal and professional background—social worker, attorney, and "in recovery" from stealing since 1990—ensures expert working knowledge of employee theft." -- Denice Virgo, LMSW. President, Recipient Rights Officers Association of Michigan
|Biting the Hand that Feeds
The Employee Theft Epidemic:
New Perspectives, New Solutions
By Terrence D. Shulman
JD, LMSW, ACSW, CAADC, CPC
The Shulman Center
Hello Terry! Just wanted you to know that I'm doing well. Keeping busy with two jobs and I've got goals that I've set for myself this year but I have to remind myself to be patient and take one day at a time. I'm headed in the right direction I know this for sure.
I was able to get my felony charge dropped to a misdemeanor. Needless to say, I'm truly grateful. This is my reminder every day.......... I mean EVERY day!
Again, thank you so much for your help. I go back and read your notes from our sessions quite a bit. They help and remind of the things that trigger my behavior. It's all good! I don't pretend that I'm "cured" or anything like that, something I would've convinced myself of before (actually I did do that!). I'm just accepting and aware of the fact that I can slip right back into that behavior very easily if I'm not careful.
Will keep you posted on any changes, hopefully they'll be good ones. Thanks again! --M.D-- Mississippi