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EFAA / SKwP Survey on Pressure
There has been much talk about the societal role of accountants and auditors and whether they find themselves being pressured to act in a certain way. EFAA and SKwP wish to assess the extent to which accountants and those in the accounting profession are subject to pressure.
The links below allow you to share with us your experience of instances when you have been put under pressure in the work place and also your perceptions of how often accountants, auditors and others in the accounting profession are placed under pressure. We also wish to identify any trends or patterns associated with the incidence of pressure.
We believe that this research will inform the debate on the societal role of the accountant. We also hope to be able to share our findings with ethical standard setters, legislators and professional bodies as they develop ethical codes and support their members.
We thank you for your participation.
We believe that this research will inform the debate on the societal role of the accountant.
The links to the survey are below:
The survey was carried out in September / October 2013 and EFAA was pleased to receive over 400 responses from more than 50 countries. In examining responses, it proved possible, because of sufficient numbers within a category, to extract meaningful analysis of differences in views between certain countries and between certain categories of responders.