VERB [fraʊd ɒff]
Interjection used to describe disobedience to fraudulent activities. Also used as a slogan: If you are dishonest, fraud off! Slogan of this campaign is not considered as a quality sign. It stands for either organization’s or individual’s refusal to involve in fraudulent activities.
Did you know that in third quarter of 2017, 63.6% or 903 000 of Latvian residents were employed, thus reaching highest employment rate in last two decades?
Did you know that about 15% of employees who have been injured at work were younger than 24?
Did you know that from 2006 until 2015, 2257 employees younger than 24 have had occupational accidents? Thus, annually 225 young people suffer of occupational accidents at their work places.
Did you know that 59% of Latvia’s population considers that dishonesty level is high in our country?
Did you know that for past three years 57% of Latvian residents faced fraudulent activities e.g. contraband, forgeries etc.?
Did you know that 43% of Latvian residents would advise their friends or relatives to agree on paying taxes only partially and receive most of their wage illegally?
Did you know that 72% of Latvian residents have faced the situation, when conditions claimed during the job interviews does not correspond to the real situation soon after the beginning of employment relationship?
Did you know that in 2017 Labour Inspectorate made 3013 inspections in order to prevent illegal employment and in 28% of occasions violations were discovered?
Did you know that in 2017 there were discovered 1392 employees working illegally?