Ethics and Code of Conduct
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At a glance
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, personalised, 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 configurable, 5-minute modules on your 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.
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