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Online Anti-Bribery Training Course for employees in U.S., Canada and France

35 Minute Anti-Bribery Training Course

With the increasing globalization of our economy, companies are faced with new challenges, as well as new opportunities. Part of this new environment is compliance with laws such as the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), UK Bribery Act and Canada’s Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act, as well as the Inter-American Convention against Corruption and the OECD's Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. Together, these laws and conventions regulate the way companies all over the world transact international business.

 While each of these laws and conventions is somewhat different in scope and reach, the corrupt activities they prohibit are much the same. As international anti-corruption authorities everywhere usher in "a new era of enforcement," employees in marketing, sales, operations, business development and finance need practical guidance for recognizing and responding appropriately to corrupt activities that they can apply anywhere in the world.

 There are separate 35-minute anti-bribery training courses available for employees working in the United States, Canada and France, each of which explains basic anti-corruption principles in simple, understandable terms. Our online anti-bribery training courses include pop quizzes, news clippings and a final quiz highlighting real-world compliance issues that employees should learn to spot and respond to in a way that will protect themselves and their companies. The topics covered in the U.S., Canada and France anti-bribery training courses include:

 

  • Overview of global anti-corruption law
  • The importance of compliance with anti-bribery laws
  • The costs of non-compliance
  • Basic anti-corruption principles
  • Monetary payments
  • Gifts
  • Meals and entertainment
  • Travel expenses
  • Actions of agents
  • Red flags
  • Recordkeeping
  • Penalties

 

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12 Feb 2014



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