Ethics in Business

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This course provides essential training, for all employees of companies doing business in the UK, on how to comply with UK anti-bribery law. Compliance will prevent criminal penalties including unlimited fines and imprisonment. As well as setting out the legal requirements, the course provides numerous scenarios to inform and test the understanding of learners at a practical level.

Anti Bribery

Money laundering is the process of moving criminal proceeds, or ‘dirty money’, through legitimate institutions so as to disguise the origins of the money. This course provides essential training, for all employees of companies doing business in the UK, on how to comply with UK law against money laundering. Failure to comply with the law can have severe consequences for businesses.

Anti-Money Laundering

Competition law protects businesses and consumers from anti-competitive behaviour, including the formation of cartels, and abuse of a dominant market position. Massive fines can be imposed in Europe on companies that break the law. This course explains UK competition law and provides numerous scenarios to inform and test the understanding of learners at a practical level.

Competition Law

This course sets out the UK legal requirements to refrain from and prevent discrimination and harassment at the workplace. Further, it encourages attitudes and behaviours that promote a harmonious and productive environment. The course makes extensive use of video scenarios of problem behaviour and its resolution.

Equal Opportunity

Information is the lifeblood of a business. Its communication and storage are vital to the organisation and are increasingly subject to risks from competitors, criminals, or even the media. This course will inform employees of precautions necessary when handling information, whether in printed documents, telephone conversations, computers, emails, or social media.

Information Security

This course covers the new corporate offence of failure to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion which is a new corporate criminal offence which came into force on 30th September 2017. The new legislation is The Criminal Finances Act 2017, it has been introduced to ensure that organisations that meet the criteria for the act to be applied take necessary steps to ensure that they comply with the legislation. Based on the UK Bribery Act 2010, the aim of the legislation is to overcome the difficulties in attributing criminal liability to corporates when its employees, contractors and other “associated persons” are seen to be facilitating tax evasion by a taxpayer who could include a customer or supplier. Under this legislation, it is the corporate that is subject to prosecution without the need for prosecution of any individual.

Anti Facilitation of Tax Evasion