Monday, June 24 | 1:50-3:05 PM
Recommended Prerequisite: General understanding of ethics hotline/helpline management
Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics
Just because there is an anonymous reporting mechanism in place doesn’t mean that employees or third parties will feel comfortable enough to use it. Individuals might feel uncomfortable speaking up if they fear retaliation, think their allegations
won’t be taken seriously or suspect the company won’t take action. A demonstrated ethical culture helps employees and third parties do the right thing and speak up when misconduct is observed. In this session, you will explore the relationship
between an ethical, "Speak Up" culture and hotline reporting volume, and identify steps you can put in place to help people trust your hotline.
You Will Learn How To:
Director, Ethics & Compliance, CCI Records Coordinator, Cox CommunicationsACFE Regent
Elizabeth Simon, CFE, CPA, is the director of ethics and compliance and records coordinator for Cox Communications Inc. She’s responsible for managing the ethics hotline and overseeing ethics-related investigations, conducting compliance risk assessments and ensuring that Cox is complying with the laws and regulations relevant to the company. She also oversees the company’s Records & Information Management Program and leads other compliance-related projects.
Simon was previously the Senior Internal Auditor for Kimberly-Clark in Roswell, GA, with responsibility for developing data analytics around the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other internal audits. She’s also worked at PwC and EY. There, she conducted external audits and worked on forensic accounting investigations. She also built out the Sarbanes-Oxley compliance program at Global Payments
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