Companies Getting Sued Over Employee Interrogation Techniques
March 10, 2014
A classic police interrogation technique, developed by a law professor in the 1930s, has been widely applied in the business world to investigate employees suspected of theft, as well as shop lifting. It’s a technique that often gets thieves to confess but can also elicit confessions from the innocent. Now a number of companies, including AutoZone, Walmart, UPS and Costco, are having to defend themselves against lawsuits by plaintiffs who claim they were coerced into making false confessions.
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