A conflict of interest in the workplace occurs when an employee has a personal or private interest that may interfere with performing his or her job fairly. Conflicts of interest within the workplace can result in lower employee morale, negative publicity and can have a significant effect on your organization’s profitability.
With proper training, your employees can effectively learn how to identify situations that may lead to a conflict of interest, differentiate personal versus business interests, and uphold your organization’s integrity in compromising situations.
How Does This Course Benefit Your Organization?
Our Conflicts of Interest training course aims to provide peace of mind for your organization and employees when conducting everyday business—especially when facing an ethical dilemma such as gift giving and receiving. Our team of compliance experts have created this employee-focused, interactive course that teaches employees how to recognize and avoid conflicts of interest in the workplace, whether they are personal, financial, or family-related interests.
This online training course uses real-world examples and hypothetical scenarios to educate and ensure learner comprehension.
Interactive Learning Experience
Our courses are easily accessible for all your employees. Our course design incorporates additional features to ensure learner comprehension while tracking progress at every step.
Our goal is to protect your organization from legal and financial risks. Contact us today for a free demo to see how Everfi can empower your employees.
- Role Plays
- Graded Quizzes
- Course Certificate
- Policy Acceptance
- Chinese (Simplified/Mandarin – Mainland China)
- French (Parisian)
- Portuguese (Brazilian)
- Spanish (Castilian)
- Spanish (Latin American)
PACKAGES:Global Ethics & Compliance
This Course Covers
- Definition: Gifts and Favors
- What is Considered Inappropriate Entertainment?
- What Constitutes a “Kickback”?
- Special Considerations: Government and Public Employees
- Court Cases Covering Ethical Issues with Gift and Favors in the Workplace
- U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)
- Retaliation and Whistleblower Protections