Sep 30, 2020

Ensuring an Ethical Culture

By Allison M. Henry, CPA, CGMA, vice president – professional and technical standards

Regulators increasingly understand that the root cause of fraud and noncompliance with laws and regulations stems from an organization’s culture. As each organization’s culture is unique, how can an organization’s leadership ensure that the right tone at the top is conveyed? Assessing Corporate Culture: A Proactive Approach to Deter Misconduct, from the Anti-Fraud Collaboration, provides practical solutions to measuring culture.

Find out more about how to measure and assess your corporate culture in this online presentation by Allison Henry.

Pennsylvania CPAs are required to obtain four ethics credits per biennial reporting period. View the list of upcoming PICPA ethics webinars.

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