Are you doing enough to prevent corruption in your workplace? According to the2013 Global Corruption Barometer, more than one in four (27 percent) people reported paying a bribe within the past year when interacting with public institutions and services.
Corruption and briberyhinder growth, escalate costs, undermine fair competition, and have the potential to ruin your reputation. What more can you do to ensureyour organization isn’t contributing to the problem?
In this whitepaper, we are going to review seven steps your organization can take right now to reduce your risk of corruption:
- Develop Corporate Guidelines
- Offer Anti-Corruption Training
- Know the Laws
- Follow the Money
- Limit Your Generosity
- Monitor Third Parties
- Cooperate with Investigations
Download your free copy today and make the commitment to stop corruption from affecting your workplace.