Internal Controls Are Key – But They Have To Be Challenged To Be Effective

Hannaford Brothers Co. was a good place to work, as I said elsewhere on this blog. They had a strong commitment to good internal controls from the very top to the bottom of the ladder. But they also had a professional and effective internal audit function. STILL, fraud was occurring all the time. Sure, there were cashiers and bookkeepers stealing small amounts of money, and night clerks stealing beer. But it occurred at all levels.

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One Comment to “Internal Controls Are Key – But They Have To Be Challenged To Be Effective”

  1. RJ Vinson says:

    Oh My gosh.

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