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Conflicts of Interest (COI)
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This course is designed to provide employees with information about how to recognize a conflict of interest and what to do if they suspect they have one. It describes the kinds of situations where conflicts typically arise, in areas such as personal relationships, investments and outside employment. It emphasizes the importance of avoiding situations that could create – or appear to create – a conflict, directs employees to disclose any potential conflicts and encourages them to seek help if they are ever unsure about what to do.

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  • All Learners
All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • What is a conflict of interest
  • The importance of disclosing conflicts of interest
  • Actual, potential and perceived conflicts
  • Work situations where a conflict can arise
  • An examination of organizational conflicts of interest
  • Conflicts arising from financial interest and interactions
  • Outside employment
  • Volunteer and political activities
  • Gifts and entertainment
  • Tips for managing conflicts of interest

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