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Ethics In Construction - What is Acceptable and What is Not!

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Ethics in Construction – What is Acceptable and What is Not!


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— Webinar Recording —
Originally Presented: Oct. 27, 2015 by Anthony Stagliano, CPA, CCIFP., National Director A/E/C Industry Services CBIZ MHM, LLC

Contractors face ethical challenges every day. Ethical issues can and should be raised when considering business actions and decisions. Contractors and their business partners should be aware of the impact of their choices and how the underlying ethical issues can not only affect their reputation inside and outside of their organizations, but affect their organizational “soul.” Despite ever-increasing attention paid to internal controls, ethical behavior, and fraud avoidance in the construction industry, these issues persist for companies of all sizes. In this session we will explore and learn to develop a culture of ethical behavior and strong reputation through a review of several everyday situations contractors have and ways to deal with them.

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