UN Global Compact
Anticorruption Deep Dive: Implementing Anti-Corruption Programs in Your Company
Having effective anti-corruption, ethics and compliance programs is a crucial measure in ensuring a company’s performance and reputation. Once policies are in place, they need to be implemented. For this purpose, responsibilities within the company should be defined and regular communication and training for all employees on the policies conducted. An internal control system should be established with reporting channels (whistle-blowing) to prevent and detect wrongdoing. Finally, it is critical to establish codes of conduct for engagement with other parties such as suppliers and contractors.
In this next deep dive of the UN Global Compact's Webinar Series on Business Integrity, we will discuss how companies can implement various business integrity strategies throughout the organization to mitigate their exposure to corruption risks.
During this session you will learn from experts and practitioners on:
- Why regular training of employees is important;
- Who is responsible for implementing anti-corruption policies and procedures;
- How an internal control system can be established;
- What are good practices in the area of internal reporting and whistle-blowing;
- How a business ensures implementation of effective compliance programs and keeps them fit for purpose;
- How a business navigates the corruption risks posed by third party relationships