eLearning courses on Compliance
The e-learning on anti-corruption shows employees the dangers of corruption and ensures an integrity compliance work environment that promotes adherence to ethical standards and the prevention of bribery and unlawful behavior.
- Seat Time: 8 Min.
- 30+ languages
- For all employees
- 1. How Compliance can effectively prevent corruption
- 2. The right way to handle gifts
- 3. Countries in which corruption poses a particular risk
- 4. Corruption risks in purchasing and sales
- 5. What are the liability risks?
- Quiz questions
- Interactive elements
- Barrier-free (on request)
- including certificate of participation
- Extra assets (e.g. handout, promo video, poster)
- Mobile-optimized (optional)
- Variety of formats (e.g. video, gamification)
- Available in the LMS or via our learning platform
Corruption always has two sides: The one side that grants an advantage and the other side that accepts the advantage. Who is at fault and what material and immaterial bribes are, is explained in this part of the course.
Bribery? kickbacks? An explanation of these and other examples is provided in this course chapter.
Corruption has many faces and is widespread in modern business. The subtle signs are illustrated at this point.
Forged invoices and manipulated offers - corruption in purchasing and sales is particularly common. This part of the course shows who is involved and what the warning signals are.
Public officials must always act in a neutral, lawful, and uninfluenced manner. This course chapter explains what must be observed to comply with the particularly strict legal situation.
This section of the course presents typical patterns of behavior that may indicate corruption.
Violations of the prescribed tendering procedures can have severe consequences. How such violations occur is explained here and illustrated using a case study.
Illegal price fixing is often accompanied by the formation of cartels. This course chapter reveals which industrial sectors are particularly vulnerable.
Effective compliance processes are essential for fighting corruption. The most effective means are explained here.
Trade secrets are threatened by industrial espionage and insider trading. Why these need to be protected is explained and illustrated with a case study.
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