YSU Ethics CPE Day Scheduled for May 10
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Williamson College of Business Administration will host the YSU Ethics CPE Day from 8 a.m. to noon May 10.
The program, featuring ethics and an economic update, will be held in-person. A continental breakfast will be provided.
This session satisfies the three hours of credit in Professional Standards and Responsibilities, commonly known as Ethics, that are required by the Accountancy Board of Ohio to apply for or renew an Ohio CPA license.
Attendees will learn ways to set and manage ethical expectations in all aspects of their career while fulfilling the Accountancy Board of Ohio’s professional standards requirement. They will explore how societal shifts in moral and ethical behavior are changing systems, processes and impacting decision making in business. They also will discover how to integrate ethical concepts and cross-checks into training, auditing, tax and financial reporting procedures.
The session will examine key concepts in living out ethics in the workplace for all professionals, including setting the ethical vision; the cost and nature of ethical failures; elements of unethical culture; the cost of integrity; ethics and diversity; due care; and CPA rule reminders.
The economic update, offering 1.2 economics CPE credits, will dive into the economic and business climate and how best to navigate changes occurring now and in the future, such as inflation, lingering recession and growth in Ohio.
Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.