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Unethical conduct: Why your business may be at more risk than you think

The world has changed dramatically in response to the global pandemic, changing how we interact with colleagues and employees. COVID-19 has sparked a wave of organizational change and how we approach workplace practices.

In recognition of March as Fraud Awareness Month, join MNP’s experts as they discuss how work-from-home and hybrid operations have raised ethical challenges for organizations. Using real-life case studies, they will discuss the potential ethical issues you and your business might unknowingly be exposed to, the liabilities you might face as an employer, and best practices on how to reduce the impact of misconduct at remote, or hybrid operations.

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to listen to their experiences as front-line forensics investigators.

Explore:

  • Recent fraud trends involving employees and employers.
  • Recommended workplace policies and procedures to mitigate the impact on your organization.
  • How your business may or may not be at risk (cyber, digital, or otherwise) and how to minimize them.

View the recording below.

Presenters

Corey Bloom

Corey Bloom, FCPA, CA•IFA, CFF, CFE, ACFE Regent Emeritus

Partner, Eastern Canada Leader (Quebec, NCR and Atlantic Canada), Forensics, Investigations and Disputes

Ken Lew

Ken Lew, B.Eng.

Manager, Digital Forensics

Michael McCormack

Michael McCormack, CFI

Investigative and Forensic Services