Working From Home: Ethics and Corporate Fraud Management

  • Apr 18, 2022 9 a.m. CT
  • Online Webinar
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Working from Home: Ethics and Corporate Fraud Management


COVID significantly changed how many employees work and engage with their organizations. During extended periods of working from home, employees can become detached from their employment structures and cultures. Combined with economic stresses and social pressures, this heightens the risk of fraud and misconduct. 

Compliance functions have not kept pace with this environment and oversight and leadership models have been unduly stressed. In this webinar, Nick Robinson, CFE, will detail the new internal challenges organizations are facing and steps they can take to mitigate these risks.


Knowledge of fraud risk management structures and ethics

You Will Learn How To:

Assess the way that remote working affects traditional compliance functions and controls.

Identify new challenges and risks in times of economic turmoil.

Recognize practical steps that can be taken to mitigate these risks and manage crisis situations.

Determine the role of technology in panopticon compliance scenarios.

CPE Information

CPE Credit: 2

Credit by Field of Study

Behavioral Ethics: 2

Registration & Fees

Registration Fee:

Members: $99

Non-Members: $149


Nick Robinson, CFE - Speaker

Nick Robinson, CFE

Senior Managing Director


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