Fighting Fraud in the Workplace

With occupational fraud rising, companies need ethical management accountants to help win their battle against it.

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Ask Tough CSR Questions

Companies have an ethical obligation to run an anti-human-trafficking program scrutinizing their supply chain and partners.
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The Value of Trust

Organizations that buck the alarming trend of declining trust in institutions will boost their credibility—and their profits.
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Effective Ethics Training

Finance professionals must make learning about ethics a lifelong commitment. Employers can help by offering ethics training.
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Call for Ethics Papers

To win the Curt Verschoor Ethics Feature of the Year competition, entrants must elucidate ethics for finance professionals.
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Ethics Must Be Global

Multinational companies need to embrace a universal code of ethics and apply it everywhere they operate around the world.
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AI Isn’t Neutral

Professionals must be aware of machine-learning algorithms’ potential biases to overcome AI’s ethical challenges.
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The Art of Ethics

IMA is committed to the highest ethical practices. Members have several resources to draw on to master the art of ethics.
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Trust as a Constant

The need for trust in business hasn’t changed over time—another. reason to ensure it remains at the core of business values.
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Hiring Ethical Employees

Having the right skills and experience isn’t enough. Hiring managers also want to see integrity and honesty in a candidate.
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BLOWING THE WHISTLE

IMA® conducted a survey to find out how companies are making it safer for employees to report unethical and fraudulent behavior.
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TOO BIG TO JAIL?

Banks and finance companies receive large fines for unethical actions, but very few people go to jail for participating.