Building a Career In Compliance and Ethics

October 15, 2015 - Comment

Enron. WorldCom. Arthur Andersen. Tyco. If you’re wondering how a system fraught with criminal and ethical misbehavior could possibly be right for you, authors Joseph E. Murphy and Joshua H. Leet have the answer: Join what smartmoney.com calls one of America’s top ten fastest growing fields. Their book, Building a Career in Compliance and Ethics,

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Enron. WorldCom. Arthur Andersen. Tyco. If you’re wondering how a system fraught with criminal and ethical misbehavior could possibly be right for you, authors Joseph E. Murphy and Joshua H. Leet have the answer: Join what smartmoney.com calls one of America’s top ten fastest growing fields. Their book, Building a Career in Compliance and Ethics, is the first ever to give step-by-step instructions on how to establish a career making powerful organizations safer and more ethical. You’ll discover: the wide range of compliance and ethics jobs; the skills and temperament needed for this field; practical ways to prepare for and get ahead in your career; steps for conducting an effective job search; advice from seasoned compliance and ethics professionals in the field; tips for selling your compliance and ethics program to upper management.

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Kindle Customer says:

A very good practical primer. I received this book after one of the authors did an ‘ask me anything’ on a law school forum I frequent. My perspective is that of a recent law graduate who has been considering compliance work instead of traditional firm work. 

Hamster101 says:

Good background read Good background reading for anyone looking to start in this career path or is looking for a new career path. It had a lot of references and websites to look at that really helped you understand what compliance is about.

John Standish says:

Great Summary of How to get into Compliance I received a free copy of this book from the author. I felt it was a great introduction to compliance and how the field is growing. I currently work in a university compliance office as a student, and I’m somewhat interested in continuing to work in compliance as a career. The general information about compliance in the book matched my current work experience in compliance. The book also contained information that I feel will be helpful if I choose to pursue a career in compliance.

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