1 CPE credit of Personnel / Human Resources for all CPAs
1 CPE credit for Certified Management Accountants (CMA)
1 PDC credit for SHRM Certified Professionals (Approval No. 21-MECPM)
1 RCH credit for HRCI Certified Professionals (Approval No. 569045)
1 CPD credit (Verifiable) for Canadian CPAs
1 General Educational credit for Tax Professionals / Bookkeepers / Accountants
Conflict Resolution in the Workplace
State Taxation of Pass-through Entities and SALT Cap Workaround
Key Strategies for Accounting and Tax Professionals to Manage E-mail Overload
Taming the E-mail Beast: Key Strategies for Managing Your E-mail Overload
Time Management in “The Cloud” Using Gmail/Google
Building Successful Work Teams for CEOs
CA Employment Law Updates
Interviewing Do’s and Don’ts
Managing Remote Workers
Effective Communication - From Ordinary to an Extraordinary CPA Practice
Essential Communication Skills to Increase Your Sales
Credit card transactions are skyrocketing: Let's get smart about it
Building A 7-Figure Tax Practice While Black
How to build a successful tax practice
Top Hacks for Tax Season 2021
Preventing fraud is always challenging, as the fraudsters always seem to be one step ahead. With the COVID-19 disruptions, the organizations are required to come up with their ‘A’ game. Though companies institute elaborate controls to prevent or detect fraud, the sea of change in the wake of the pandemic is really difficult to deal with. Fraud risk thrives in periods of rapid change. The larger the change, the larger the risk. For all that companies do, the risk of fraud, and its potentially large impact, never go away.
Experts have seen the motivations of rationalization shift dramatically because of the pandemic environment. Every person alive rationalizes their own behavior. Potential fraudsters rationalize why committing fraud is right for them. These new ‘incentives’ must be dealt with a significant risk of failure with strengthened systems and higher penalties.
The CPE webinar deals with the following key topics to deal with the subject:
In this Human Resources CPE webinar for CPA, we explore the shift we are seeing and understand new ways to foster connection and raise morale in your workforce.
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Certified Fraud Examiner & Certified Public Accountant, Dawson Forensic Group
Dawson Forensic Group performs fraud investigations, litigation support, asset tracing, accounting records reconstruction, fraud prevention training/consulting, and other forensic accounting services for companies that are or have experienced internal fraud.
Through our Institute for Small Business Internal Controls, we work tenaciously to help companies reduce the risk of internal fraud. Whether through employee training, written materials, or internal controls consulting, we believe that companies can fight the plague of internal fraud better than current practices show.
My book "Internal Control / Anti-Fraud Program Design for the Small Business" was recently published by Wiley Publishing and is available in hardback or e-book format at all major online retailers
Dawson Forensic Group was founded by our president Steve Dawson CPA, CFE upon his retirement from a distinguished 26 year career as a partner in one of the nations top 400 public accounting firms, serving as a financial statement auditor, forensic examiner, and nationally-recognized public speaker/trainer.
As a certified public accountant (CPA) and a certified fraud examiner (CFE), Mr. Dawson recognized the need for a single-purposed company devoted to fraud prevention, detection, and education. As a result, he established Dawson Forensic Group to combat small business fraud through forensic auditing, litigation support, accounting records reconstruction, internal control design consulting, and anti-fraud training services.
The company has continued to expand in staff and levels of service due to the increasing need for small businesses to accomplish the necessary goals of establishing sound internal controls and developing effective anti-fraud programs