#MeToo: Are Boards Shirking Their Responsibilities?

How CAEs can help mitigate a key risk

​​In light of the #MeToo movement, corporate boards should be fully aware that they have the right policies and procedures in place to handle allegations of misconduct supported by the right culture. IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers says this key risk is often overlooked, and boards should turn to internal audit for help to fully execute their responsibility.

#MeToo: Are Boards Shirking Their Responsibilities?

​In light of the #MeToo movement, corporate boards should be fully aware that they have the right policies and procedures in place to handle allegations of misconduct supported by the right culture. IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers says this key risk is often overlooked, and boards should turn to internal audit for help to fully execute their responsibility.

https://dl.theiia.org/AECMember/MeToo-Are-Boards-Shirking-Their-Responsibilities.pdf

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Fundamentals of Internal Audit; Client and Stakeholder Relationships; Internal Audit Leadership
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2120 – Risk Management

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