A pattern is simply a repetition of images, sounds, or events that when put together create a whole picture. These pictures often give us answers to questions that we may not even know we need to be asking.
My daughter has been skipping her naps over the last few days. The first time she fell asleep in the car for about ten minutes, but when I tried to get her inside and up to bed, she woke right up. Later she fell asleep while I was holding her. Again, she woke up as I laid her in bed. Well after she had a restless night of sleep, I was able to identify the pattern as an ear infection.
While it would have been nice to catch it sooner, the first few clues meant nothing to me until I saw the full pattern emerge.
Employee theft cases are the same way. You look for any patterns you can find to identify previous acts, and obtain future thefts in progress.
What you don’t want is to forgo employee background checks that might identify criminal patterns prior to employment. If you have to wait to identify a pattern of theft before you can stop it, you have waited too long. You will never see the cash or the merchandise again.
An employee background check expedites the pattern finding process by taking into account their prior activities, whether they are criminal records, or spotty previous work history.
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