Managing Ethics & Compliance risks in a post COVID-19 World
30 June 2020 – Tuesday 14.00-15.00
Managing Ethics & Compliance risks in a post COVID-19 world While many countries, organizations and individuals are still trying to overcome COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting challenges and implications, it is, perhaps, the time for us to start thinking about the return to “normal” and reflect on potential ethics and compliance risks that we might be exposed to following such return.
It has now become obvious that in a post COVID-19 world not everyone will necessarily return to the office and home working will continue to be the “new normal” for many of us. Working from home has its own difficulties and it is important that we understand and show empathy towards circumstances of others.
Diversity and inclusion will inevitably be exposed to a different set of challenges: the difference in how countries and societies have responded to the virus has split the world into two – those who believe in the virus and those who do not. Those two groups would need to accept the difference and respect each other’s views.
It is also a known fact that during a crisis individuals and companies are exposed to fraud risks more than ever. In practical terms organizations and those holding financial authority will need to be vigilant when approving pandemic related expenses claims and invoices. Unfortunately, there are also people who view COVID-19 as an opportunity to defraud others – the number of internet based fraud and fishing emails asking us to contribute to fictitious COVID-19 donation funds has significantly increased.
You are cordially invited to join us in the webinar on June 30, to talk about managing these and other ethics and compliance risks in a post COVID-19 world.
The event will take place from 2 PM to 3 PM followed by a Q&A session.
Speaker: Togrul Ahmedov, bp, Regional Ethics and Compliance Manager
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