Risk assessments – another wake-up call?

A new anti-corruption ISO The publication of the new ISO international standard on anti-bribery programmes comes as a timely reminder of the best practice measures that organisations should be taking to combat bribery, both internally and their third party community...

Deploying ethics and compliance training

How does a company know whom to train?  Any legal or compliance department worth its salt will know where the major risks lie in its particular industry, and who is likely to get things wrong. It may have found this out by conducting formal or informal risk...

Types of ethics and compliance training

What types of ethics and compliance training are there? Isn’t it always best to teach people face-to-face? Ethics and compliance training basically divides into: Face-to-face training to individuals and small groups Online training/elearning for larger groups or the...

Drivers for ethics and compliance training

It may be obvious that employees will only obey the rules if they know what they are, and that is probably the most basic reason for getting effective, embedded training programmes installed in your organisation. But there are other training drivers too. Rewards...