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Accountants afraid to blow the whistle, claims new research

Accountants afraid to blow the whistle, claims new research

New research has revealed the majority of accountants are afraid to speak out about unethical behaviour within their practices.

  • Shared by AccountantsDaily
  • December 24, 2015
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The Audit & Risk Recruitment Industry Survey 2015, conducted by global job board careersinaudit.com, collected responses from 1,700 auditors and tax agents and revealed that two thirds of respondents feel they would not be protected from victimisation and/or dismissal if they were to speak out against unethical conduct.

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