An introduction to anti-bribery / anti-corruption
Friday 9 October 2015
With the introduction of the Bribery Act 2010, the onus is on UK corporations to protect themselves and their employees by ensuring they conduct themselves properly in business and are acting honestly, ethically, and appropriately. Which is why is it important to make sure that both you and your staff are in the know.
With this in mind, WorkRite consultant & law graduate, Ellie Hale, lead an informative, light-hearted and interactive webinar about WorkRite’s e-learning course on anti-bribery / anti-corruption.
Have you provided your staff with training on anti-bribery and corruption?
Are your staff aware of what is acceptable conduct and more importantly what is unacceptable conduct?
Do you know what the possible implications could be for non-compliance with the act?
Ellie will talk you through our recently released course on the subject of anti-bribery / anti-corruption and relate it to how recent cases have interpreted the Act and what guidance the Ministry of Justice offers. Ellie will take you through what offences are covered under the law and what are the specific consequences for individuals and corporations should the law not be adhered to.
Many companies we talk to are finding this topic more and more relevant as recent audits show a gap in training policies when it comes to specifically anti-bribery and Corruption. Find out in this webinar how our anti-bribery / anti-corruption course is helping a number of customers to meet their requirements for training and understanding in this area and could help you.
Ellie Hale started at Posturite in 2014 and has quickly established herself as a key member of the WorkRite team. She is responsible for the growth and development of the WorkRite division in London and the South East and has unearthed a number of common themes in the SME market when discussing our e-learning suite, which she is keen to share with you during this webinar.
Prior to joining Posturite, Ellie worked in business development in Sydney, Australia for five years. Her degree is in Law which has given her a solid understanding of the legal obligations employers have to their staff with regards to Health and safety training to remain compliant. Ellie’s role is to travel to potential clients to demonstrate the WorkRite system and show how it can streamline their processes and procedures.