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Blog Post Audit teams, both large and small, often cite talent shortage as the primary deterrent when filling open positions. Every candidate has a unique set of skills, and unfortunately, we may have pass up a person with a great resume if we are trying to hire to fill a specific need in our department.
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Blog Post All organizations, regardless of whether they’re in the public or private sector, must face the repetitive task of onboarding staff members. With turnover being reported by The CPA Journal at an average of 15% across audit departments, this can be a particularly challenging process.
Mizzi Organisation
Customer Spotlight When Giancarlo Millo was asked to set up an internal audit function for Maltese conglomerate Mizzi, he wanted an audit system that would pull together disparate businesses, maximise his efficiency and enable him to grow the function. He explains why he chose TeamMate+.
Bank of Cyprus
Customer Spotlight Panayiotis Koumousis, manager IT audit & data analytics for the internal audit division, Bank of Cyprus, explains how TeamMate+ is helping to woo auditees and management.
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Blog Post Communication skills are always ranked among the most important skills for auditors, and working remotely really puts our communication skills to the test.
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Blog Post To all the auditors now working from home, welcome to the club! I have worked from home for the past 10 years, so from that perspective the COVID-19 pandemic has not had much of an impact on me.
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Blog Post When adapting to the current work from home situation impacting most of us, prior to a pro-active risk assessment refresh the Internal Audit department at Wolters Kluwer has reactively reviewed the 2020 audit plan and shuffled a few audits around.
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Blog Post Internal Audit has always had responsibility for auditing an organization’s crisis management plans, but we have never before experienced what we are living through today.
A Practical Guide to Auditing Remotely
Thought Leadership We spend our time split between interviewing, testing, and documenting. Interviewing requires face-to-face meetings, testing often involves reviewing confidential information, and documentation could require us to be on our organization’s network. With these challenges, and many more, how can we effectively conduct our audits remotely?
A Practical Guide to Auditing Remotely and Managing a Remote Workforce
Webinar We explore three aspects of remote auditing: logistics, communication, and external challenges.
Evolving Cyber Risks in a COVID-19 World
Webinar The workforce has transitioned to remote work with little or no preparation and training. Organizations are focused on surviving with massive revenue reductions and global economic upheaval. With this much chaos, hackers and other cybercriminals have an opportunity to capitalize on our vulnerability.
Learning About Learning Webinar
Webinar In this webinar, we cover information processing and provide you with tips on how best to learn and acquire new information.
COVID-19 Webinar
Webinar Our panel discusses and shares their experiences, considerations, and plans regarding internal audit as we all operate in and around a COVID-19-impacted world.
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Blog Post As an Internal Audit Director working for Wolters Kluwer, a large multinational company that’s also a TeamMate+ customer, me and my team are, like everyone, working in manner and in a world that 3 weeks ago was almost unthinkable.
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Thought Leadership Is auditing culture just another risk factor in a governance audit, or could it be seen as the basis for the entire audit plan?