C-levels, when Challenged, are you Proactive?

To help officers and directors avoid being blind-sided by fraud and misconduct, a group of finance and accounting professionals have created an online forum, http://www.zethics.com, where employees of U.S. publicly traded companies can submit information anonymously about the questionable business practices of their employer and its executives. 

With today’s spotlight on anticorruption, officers and directors need extended visibility into the organization to address increased exposure to fraud and misconduct.

zEthics.com provides C Levels a unique opportunity to identify potential ethics violations and questionable business practices within the organization, and take steps to self police them before they draw the ire of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), investors, suppliers, customers, competitors, and the public.

As a C-level executive, if given the choice, would you wait for your company’s employees to disclose information anonymously on their own and risk being blind-sided by fraud and misconduct; or, would you be proactive and register your company with zEthics.com and take corrective and preventive actions as evidence of fraud and misconduct arise?

Should directors be empowered with information to be more effective in dealing with shareholder demands; risk management; volatile capital markets; new business strategies; and, rising demand for enhanced corporate governance, corporate accountability, and transparency?

The alternative, as Goliath waited for David, is to sit back and let the challengers choose the time and place to air their stones of discontent.


About zethics
CEO and founder of zEthics, Inc. Thirty years of experience with finance and accounting background in public private sectors.

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