‘One bad apple’ Parts One and two: practical e-learning guides on how to embed procedures for Anti-Corruption and Corporate Governance throughout your organisation.
Organisations across all sectors are coming under increased pressure to comply with regulations related to Corporate Governance and Business Ethics. When authorities have the power to impose record fines of $1.45 billion on Intel for anti-competitive behaviour, it sends a clear signal that compliance training is no longer a tick-box exercise. Furthermore, under proposed legislation in the UK, company directors who fail to provide adequate anti-corruption training for their staff may face criminal convictions for negligence. For peace of mind, why not take steps to ensure that your staff have access to our video training materials entitled One Bad Apple Parts 1 and 2.
These training videos demonstrate very clearly how just one irresponsible act by an individual in your organisation can lead to a criminal investigation that can cause long-term damage to your reputation, undermine your share value and lead to multi-million pound fines and legal fees. Many of the directors in our case studies discovered that their employment contracts had insufficient cover for their legal defence costs and faced criminal convictions when found guilty. You can’t afford to click the panic button if you wish to remain on good terms with your insurance provider and regulatory authority. Click to purchase our training materials for the safer option.
John Burbidge-King is a senior representative in the UK Fraud Advisory Panel and Associate of the Institute of Risk Management. He has a successful track record for advising companies around the world on their risk management policies.
Duration: a 25 minute training video.
Suitable for: all staff members
What you’ll learn
Using case studies of well known companies that have been prosecuted for bribery and corruption, Part One of this training video reveals:
- practical examples of what is meant by the terms bribery, corruption and extortion;
- the environmental impact of corruption on society;
- a description of the legal and regulatory requirements that your corporate policies must address;
- the weak points in organisational procedures that enable bribery and corruption to take place;
- the circumstances that led organisations such as Siemens to be fined $1.6 billion by the US authorities in December 2008;
- how to create structures, communications and processes to reduce business risk;
- how organised criminal gangs and terrorists can exploit your organisation for drug trafficking, money laundering and other forms of financial crime;
- why one household brand name suffered an immediate 24% loss in its share value upon the announcement that it was being investigated for corrupt practices;
List of key reference materials for further study
Additional Business Benefits
This training video shows that you can change business risk into business value through:
- efficient supply chain management;
- the avoidance of share volatility;
- improved employee retention;
- ability to attract top quality graduates;
- fraud prevention.
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The videos have been prepared by leading security and e-learning experts and have been tailored to suit specific job functions and their associated security vulnerabilities.
This is an ideal way of covering your regulatory and insurance requirements.