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Conduct Training
SOX - Sarbanes Oxley Act, FAR - Federal Acquisition Regulation, USFGS - United States Federal Sentencing Guidelines
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Code of Conduct

When employees are aligned around a core set of values and understand how they can promote a culture of ethics and compliance, organisations succeed. And the best way to ensure they do the right thing? Provide all your employees with engaging, high-quality Code of Conduct training.

The NAVEXEngage Ethics & Code of Conduct course is a critical tool for organisations serious about cultivating and maintaining an ethical workplace. Composed of approachable, 5-minute modules on the most important topics, it leverages clear instruction, current video scenarios, state-of-the-art animation, engaging interactions and more. This course is a must for any organisation looking to train beyond rule-giving to a true Code of Conduct training experience.

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Key Concepts Covered In This Course:

The introduction and closing modules of this course bookend the topic-specific content modules clients can select to build their course. Choose the modules you require for your organisation.

  • The importance of integrity
  • Supporting the Code and values through action
  • Manager obligations and responsibilities
  • Non-retaliation policy
  • The definitions of a bribe
  • Best practices for working with third parties
  • Improper agreements
  • The importance of free and open competition
  • Types of confidential information
  • Protecting intellectual property
  • Guidance for disclosing perceived, potential or actual conflicts
  • The importance of speaking up to stop discrimination
  • Key fraud-prevention techniques
  • Best practices for documenting and reporting gifts, entertainment and hospitality
  • Discussion of sexual harassment
  • Examples of bullying and mobbing
  • Best practices for avoiding conflicts between political pursuits and organisational interests
  • Best practices for proper asset storage
  • Rules for responding to the media and general public
  • Due diligence procedures for third parties
  • Examples of workplace violence
  • The importance of speaking up

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NAVEX Global Online Compliance Training Courses: Code of Conduct Basics

Code of Conduct Basics

In this interactive, simulated news experience, learners review the importance of understanding and complying with the organization’s Code, policies and the law, what the code is and what it is intended to do, how employees can use the code to make better informed and more ethical decisions, the role that employees play in creating an ethical and compliance-minded culture, the consequences of violating the code, policies or the law.

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NAVEX Global Online Compliance Training Courses: Third Party Code of Conduct Training

Third Party Risk Management: Code of Conduct Basics

Third-party business partners (such as vendors, agents, suppliers, distributors and others) are introduced to important ethics and compliance obligations, this burst includes content on the importance of understanding the organization’s code, policies and the law, and how employees can use the code to make better- informed and more-ethical decisions, as well as the consequences of violating the code, policies or the law.

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