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Global Workplace Ethics & Compliance
Learning topics, activities, and case studies include (depending on course length and organizational needs):
l Fraud, Bribery and Corruption
l Fair Competition Training
l The Cost of Financial Crime on a Global Scale
l Data Protection and Privacy
l Manage Employment and Workplace Issues
|Language:||English and Chinese|
|Date(s):||Custom – by appointment|
|Format:||Highly interactive, involving small group discussions (even with large numbers in attendance), participant surveys and responses, stories and case studies, role plays, high-road humor, and state-of-the-art multimedia, all geared toward stimulating meaningful discussions, critical thinking and recall.|
|Organizer(s):||Littler Mendelson, P.C.|
|Target Audience:||Executives, Upper Managers, Middle and Front-Line Managers, and Customizable for Employees.|
For more information, please contact:
David Goldman – DGoldman@littler.com,
Katherine Cooper Franklin – KFranklin@littler.com,
Creating an ethical business means evaluating an organization’s international footprint and determining the best business processes that must be implemented throughout departments and locations. Requirements for higher international standards of corporate accountability are driving businesses to assess the economic, environmental and social impact of their global operations. Along with the risks of and non-compliance and financial penalties, damages to an organization’s hard-earned reputation can be catastrophic. Corporations are taking steps beyond those required by law to minimize negative impacts on communities and maximize their perceived contribution to an ethical society.
Ethical practices must be supported by good corporate governance. The Learning Group’s training will help embed ethical practices into your business processes and enhance organizational integrity, accountability and trust. Employees learn practical skills for identifying questionable activities that could put the organization and themselves at risk.
Executives and managers will develop a clearer understanding of the complicated rules, regulations and procedures that must be navigated globally. A foundation is set, from top to bottom, for making ethical decisions aligned with corporate values and local interests.
Our training devises a sustained approach to integrate an organization’s governance, risk and compliance programs with the responsibilities of being a global corporate citizen.
The Learning Group’s course empowers employees to understand not only their rights under global laws, regulations and standards, but also their responsibilities for promoting integrity, accountability and trust.