Most employers at 57.7 percent expect to spend more time and resources on improving compliance programs, according to a new poll released by Deloitte.

“After years of seeing corporate America cut compliance budgets and headcounts, it’s good to see that many companies seem to be getting back to investing in and continuing to hone their compliance programs in the near term,” says Donna Epps, partner at Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP and national leader of Deloitte’s antifraud consulting group. ”Since companies constantly evolve and regulations change, corporate risk profiles are seldom static. But it can be a challenge to triage the areas where compliance programs aren’t commensurate with organizational exposures.”

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