Over and Out February 23, 2014Posted by Audit Monkey in UK Commerce & Business, World of Internal Auditing.
Tags: annual appraisal, Capita, project failure, Recruitment Partnering Project
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This is going to be a slightly unusual post as I’m going to comment on an IT related matter, which isn’t my usual fare. This is likely to be the way forward in 2014 as the only items that tend to interest the CEO, the Board and the customers alike is when the ‘computer says no’ or the Regulator comes a knocking. As my readers know, I hate regulation with a passion, so IT audit is the way forward. I digress.
When Controls Fail – Abuse of the Vulnerable February 16, 2014Posted by Audit Monkey in World of Internal Auditing.
Tags: Care Homes, Dolphin Court, Mencap, Nicki Frampton, patient money, people with learning difficulties, vulnerable clients
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I’m not quite sure what my conclusions will before writing this post as the subject matter doesn’t make for pleasant reading. This story broke before Christmas but it isn’t really what one would associate with Yuletide and goodwill to all men. Let me set the scene. (more…)
Quote of the Week – 14 February 2014 February 14, 2014Posted by Audit Monkey in British Society and Politics, Quote of the Week.
Tags: dating, Dear John, Dear John letters, rejection, Valentine's Day
As some of my more astute readers will know, one of the original premises of the blog was to share my dating experiences. Anyway, I’ve been on the dating circuit of late and I’ve received some texts and emails from some dates and I’m not quite sure whether it’s love. Could you, the reader, decipher the hidden meaning and point me in the right direction?
Rotten, Absolutely Rotten February 3, 2014Posted by Audit Monkey in World of Internal Auditing.
Tags: audit, audit managers, Auditors
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I owe my readers an apology for not blogging in January. Strangely it hasn’t been for the lack of material, far from it. I thought I had seen it all but I’ve learnt another lesson in January which can make your auditing job hell, it’s your supervisor.