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Compliance Training
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Bribery & Corruption
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It is critically important for organizations to conduct business honestly and in accordance with the law wherever in the world they operate. Rather than focusing on any one country’s rules, this course takes a broad view of bribery and corruption issues and the need for employees to know, understand and comply with the policies of any country (or countries) in which they work. Dealings with government officials and anti-corruption obligations with respect to third parties are highlighted in this course because of the special risks they present.

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  • All Learners
All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • Ways in which bribery is bad for business
  • How laws punish acts of bribery
  • The importance of maintaining a reputation for integrity through a zero-tolerance policy and due diligence
  • The obligation to know and follow organization policies
  • The general breadth and enforcement of global anti-corruption laws
  • Definitions including: bribe, corrupt intent and improper performance, government official, obtaining or retaining business, undue advantage, and facilitation payment
  • Best practices for determining whether a payment is a facilitating payment
  • Proper due diligence for screening those who work on an organization's behalf
  • Red flags that suggest a third party may not follow the law or best ethical practices

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Bribery and Corruption: Your Responsibilities

Introduces learners to important concepts related to bribery and corruption including the importance of understanding and complying with the organization’s Code, the impact of corruption on communities and individuals, general rules prohibiting bribery of foreign officials, employee obligations to help eliminate corruption, and the obligation to report suspected violations of policy or the law.

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Bribery and Corruption: "What Is a Bribe?"

Introduces learners to concepts related to bribery and corruption including the importance of understanding and complying with the organization’s Code, policies and the law; the general enforcement environment; the prohibition of bribery under key global laws; what constitutes a bribe; and the importance of asking questions, and of reporting concerns and potential violations internally.

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