Letterbox Sealed & Rampant Nepotism August 13, 2015Posted by Audit Monkey in World of Internal Auditing.
Tags: Amazon, conflicts of interest, Ebay, internet retailing, Kids Company, LSE report, nepotism, Richard Handover, The Kids Company
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Following on from my earlier post concerning my scepticism regarding internet retailing, there was a rather interesting article in ‘The Times’ (12/08/15) concerning the banning of personal deliveries of parcels at work.
Sale or Return August 10, 2015Posted by Audit Monkey in UK Commerce & Business.
Tags: internet retailing, internet sales, online retailing
As some will note I haven’t commented on the Tom Hayes trial, corruption at FIFA and continuing fuss at the Kids Company. I’m sure I will get around to this shortly. However, one item which caught my eye was an article in the Sunday Telegraph (8th August 2015) concerning online shopping.
Children Are Our Future July 12, 2015Posted by Audit Monkey in World of Internal Auditing.
Tags: Camila Batmanghelidjh, charity audit, charity beneficiaries, controls, internal audit, Kids Company, The Kids Company Charity
I thought I would make an effort to keep the blog alive. One item which has reignited my interest has been the recent Press articles regarding the Kids Company Charity. The Charity was founded by the colourful Camila Batmanghelidjh and provides support to disadvantaged children. The Charity has featured in the media during the past week as the government has decided to stop supporting the Charity to the tune of £3m unless Camila Batmanghelidjh steps down as Chief Executive due to concerns over how donated monies are spent and governance issues.
Emasculated Audit Function June 18, 2015Posted by Audit Monkey in World of Internal Auditing.
Tags: boring audits, interview questions, weak audit, weak auditors
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I’ve been a bit cheeky this week and I went to an interview. What struck me is the Interviewer (Head of Internal Audit) didn’t sell the role particularly well. (more…)