Lack of professional skepticism in audits has been a recurring theme in ASIC’s audit inspection findings along with other regulators globally, however responding to these concerns can be challenging for audit firms. Recent research by Monash Business School, funded by CPA Australia’s GRPP grants program, helps to understand the drivers of auditors’ professional scepticism. In this podcast the research findings from several studies are explained along with practical steps which can be taken within your audit practice to increase skepticism in the audit team and thereby improve audit quality.
Guests: Professor Robyn Moroney and Dr Soon-Yeow Phang both from Monash Business School.
Host: Claire Grayston, Policy Adviser Audit and Assurance - CPA Australia
A greater understanding of issues and developments in the current Australian housing market. Is the future bright for the Australian housing market or will Australia's low wage growth effect the buyer and seller plus what implications may this have for the financial sector? Join the discussion with host Bobby Papadopoulos, SME Committee and guest William Young, Executive Director, China Orient Summit Capital.
In this week’s podcast we look at the impact of the #MeToo movement in the workplace with guest speakers Dr. Karen Morley, Prue Gilbert and Apsara Sabaratnem. Hosted by Anna Tantau, Deputy Chair, Victorian Women’s CPA Committee.
On the latest CPA Australia Podcast hear all about work-life balance.
This episode will consider the current academic research and results on work-life balance issues and how the conducted research in this area can help CPA members to manage their work life balance.