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The Network’s Online Courses are contemporary, modern and engaging. We deliver a variety of diverse courses on today’s most important ethics and compliance issues, applying highly relevant, expert-level content that’s always fresh and contemporary. Using vector animation, our training and communication solutions offer:

  • Contemporary, modern, current, relevant ethics and compliance topics
  • Intuitive user interface and award-winning design to engage employees
  • Innovative course development methods unmatched by other providers
  • Contextual scenarios to reinforce understanding of situational ethics
  • Most extensive customization options in the industry
  • Multiple configuration options to reflect an organization’s branding, culture, messaging
  • Content proactively reviewed annually
Code of Conduct: Code Words to Build Your Ethical Culture
Code of Conduct Training

Your organization’s Code of Conduct is the cornerstone of your ethical culture. This course answers questions such as: Why does our company have a Code? Who must comply with it? What happens if the Code is violated? What is my responsibility in terms of reporting misconduct? Our Code of Conduct training uses our flexible Learning Blocks to assemble a Code course with the appropriate content and length to fit your company’s unique needs. Each 3- to 5-minute topic block delivers high-level messaging around a specific code of conduct topic. The Network’s course licensing model assumes that you can switch out Learning Blocks each year to ensure that your Code course stays fresh and engaging.

Conflicts of Interest: Making the Right Choices
Conflicts of Interest Training

One of the topics most requested by clients, this module defines what constitutes a conflict of interest and describes the kinds of situations under which one may exist. It emphasizes the importance of avoiding situations that could create – or appear to create – a conflict between an employee’s personal interests and the interests of his or her organization. It also directs employees to disclose any potential conflicts and to seek help if they are ever unsure about what to do.

Global Anti-bribery: Doing Business Fairly
Anti Bribery Training

It is critically important for your organization to conduct business honestly and in accordance with the law wherever in the world it operates. Rather than focusing on any one country’s rules, this course takes a broad view of bribery and corruption issues and the need for employees to know, understand and comply with the policies of the country (or countries) in which they work. Bribery of government officials and anti-corruption obligations with respect to third parties are highlighted in this course because of the special risks they present. 

Anti-bribery: Doing Business Fairly (FCPA)
Course FCPA Training

This course helps employees understand the complexities associated with the terms “anything of value,” “corrupt intent,” “facilitating payments” and “government officials.” It also emphasizes the due diligence required of third parties doing business on the company’s behalf and underscores the need for transparent and complete financial records.

Anti-bribery: Doing Business Fairly (FCPA/UK Bribery Act)
Anti Bribery FCPA Training

This course emphasizes that anti-bribery laws extend to bribery of private entities — not just public officials — and apply to not only offering, but also receiving a bribe. The course also outlines best practices to mitigate the risk associated with bribes offered by third parties doing business on the company’s behalf.

Anti-bribery for Business Partners: Doing Business Fairly
Training Third Party

Many organizations utilize the services of business partners to assist them as they expand into foreign markets because local individuals and companies have a better understanding of the regional business environment and can facilitate getting things done faster. The FCPA, UK Bribery Act and most other anti-bribery laws hold companies accountable for the acts of business partners doing business on a company’s behalf, and a significant percentage of bribery enforcement actions against companies have been based on the conduct, not of employees, but of third parties working for or with the organization.This course is designed as a tool for organizations to communicate to their business partners about anti-bribery and corruption issues, giving them the information they need to not only comply with the law but also with the organization’s policy and standards. Concise and compelling, the course offers an easy way to ensure business partners understand what is expected of them.

Ethics Reporting: Speaking Up About Misconduct
Ethics Training

Employees have an obligation to not only do the right thing when it comes to their own behavior, but to speak up when they see or suspect violations of a company’s code of conduct, values or policies. And, with the recent Dodd-Frank and SEC mandates, your internal reporting process is more important than ever. This course reinforces your reporting structure, the importance of your hotline program and what your employees need to know about: the proper channels for reporting financial misconduct, illegal and unethical activity, or other code infractions; their responsibilities in regards to reporting violations; and your confidentiality and non-retaliation policies.

Harassment and Discrimination: Maintaining Respect
Harassment and Discrimination Training

This topic is one of the most sensitive and potentially damaging workplace issues that employers face today, affecting every industry and every type and size of organization. These courses help raise awareness of what discrimination and harassment are, how harmful these acts can be, the do’s and don’ts of creating a respectful work environment and the legal implications of violating the law. Developed in partnership F&H Solutions Group LLC, the courses cover the various facets of discrimination and harassment (including sexual harassment) and give your employees and supervisors the information they need to recognize and prevent discrimination and harassment in the workplace, while emphasizing the personal responsibility to watch for and report misconduct before harm is done.

Each course thoroughly explains the terms “discrimination” and “harassment” and provides real-world examples of each. Using animated scenarios and a proven narrative storytelling style with full audio throughout all narrator sections, the courses include suggested ways to prevent harassment, including steps employees can take to check their own conduct as well as the proper steps to take if harassment (involving themselves or others) occurs. Specific content focuses on the company’s policy regarding retaliation against those who make a good faith report, while emphasizing the organization’s responsibility to prevent discrimination and harassment with effective policies and procedures.

Courses Options include:

  • Harassment and Discrimination for Supervisors (Fully compliant with state-mandated two-hour training requirements, such as AB1825 training required in California, and others in Maine and Connecticut)
  • Harassment and Discrimination for Supervisors – Basic
  • Harassment and Discrimination for Employees – Basic

Global Harassment and Discrimination: Maintaining Respect
Harassment and Discrimination Training

Most countries around the world have enacted legislation designed to foster a respectful workplace, where employees are treated fairly and with dignity – but no two countries are the same. Multinational companies are challenged to provide training that speaks to employees in every location about these important topics. This course is designed to meet this need. Its focus is on creating a culture of inclusion, free of harassing behaviors that create a negative work environment.

Antitrust/Competition Law: The Competitive Workplace
Antitrust Training

This course speaks to the principle of a free, open market and the critical need to avoid business practices that would violate antitrust/competition laws. The emphasis is on familiarizing employees with applicable laws and emphasizing avoidance of conduct that might even suggest that these laws are being compromised.

Developed in partnership with the law firm FSB FisherBroyles, LLP, this course provides a high-level overview of antitrust legislation while explaining the purpose of these laws, who they apply to and the consequences of violating them. Using an engaging narrative style, the course looks at antitrust issues in regards to relationships among competitors, customers and suppliers and explains what employees need to know about monopolization as well as mergers and acquisitions. The course includes interactive activities such as “Decision Point,” a highly immersive interactive exercise providing an exploratory learning experience, challenging employees to pick a path and then view the consequences in a variety of gray-area situations.

Information Security: Safeguarding Our Business
Information Security Training

As technology evolves, so do the threats to an organization’s vital information. Organizations today invest heavily in technical controls to protect their data, but those controls fall short when employees are not adequately trained in the proper techniques for handling sensitive data. This course emphasizes that an organization’s best defense against internal and external breaches is not technology alone, but a culture of security where actions taken to protect information are automatic and intuitive.

Information Security: Safeguarding Our Business covers the kinds of threats companies face and how the actions of every employee have the potential for putting a company at risk. Using a proven visual narrative style, the course educates employees on what they can do to protect their organization’s systems, information and access and includes sections on password management, mobile devices, viruses, data storage and tracking, reporting lost or stolen data equipment, and best-practices as they relate to social media. The course was developed in partnership Principle Logic, LLC.

Insider Trading: Complying with Securities Law
Insider Trading Training

As long as there have been equity markets, there has been insider trading. Markets around the world face this issue, which can undermine investor confidence and the integrity of the investment system. That’s why enforcing insider trading laws has become a top priority for the federal government. This course reveals the serious nature of insider trading, including applicable laws and penalties, and also helps employees recognize risky activity, honor their duty to their company and follow ethical trading practices. Insider Trading: Complying with Securities Law was developed in partnership with the law firm FisherBroyles LLC. Employee- and supervisor-level course options are available.

Employment Law: Leading with Integrity (Managers)
Employment Law Training

Intended for managers, this course provides an overview of the statutory requirements that protect the legal rights of both a company and its employees and covers a wide range of employment topics that relate to the employee/ employer relationship, including: EEO issues and the protections extended to individuals with disabilities; wage and hour considerations; time off for family medical concerns; and best practices for a safe workplace. It provides managers with high-level information they need to understand their responsibilities under the law and points them to where to go for help with any questions or concerns. This course was developed in collaboration with F&H Solutions Group.

Employment Law: Wage and Hour
Employment Law Training

This course underscores the importance of following the company’s recordkeeping practices to ensure full documentation of – and compensation for – hours worked. Managers and employees who comply with good timekeeping practices not only promote important workplace values, but also ensure compliance with federal and state laws.
Courses Options include:

  • Wage and Hour for Employees (hourly, “non-exempt”)
  • Wage and Hour for Managers

Social Media: Making Responsible Connections
Social Media Training

Social media is a rapidly expanding form of electronic communication. Individuals and companies alike have yet to fully grasp the benefits and risks associated with this technology. While social media promotes the exchange of ideas and helps people and businesses build relationships, it can, if misused, seriously damage a company’s reputation and bottom line. Because this technology is evolving so quickly, companies are challenged to provide training that both encourages the positive, productive use of social media and offers guidance on responsible networking. This course gives employees an overview of social media, including the opportunities and risks involved. Through real-world scenarios, examples and best practices, this course assists employees in making responsible decisions about their use of social media and how to protect themselves, their company and others.

Partnering with Integrity: Standards of Conduct for Third Parties
Partnering with Integrity 1

This third party vendor code of conduct training delivers engaging, interactive content that addresses critical compliance issues that affect third parties in conducting business with your organization. Topics include anti-bribery, anti-trust and competition, confidential information, environmental compliance, discrimination and harassment, human rights, and health and safety. This is a scenario based course that offers rich content, audio and a bookmarking feature that allows users to leave the course and return where they left it. 

Confidentiality: Protecting Confidential Information
Confidential Information 1

Failure to protect confidential information may result in loss of business, loss of confidence and loyalty and subsequently financial loss. Through the use of digital art, audio and scenarios, this course aims to explain what confidential information is, why it must be protected and explains an employee’s role in the protection of confidential information.

Third Parties: Controlling the Risks
Third Parties Controlling Risks 1

Dealing with third-parties inherently exposes organizations to some level of risk. This course uses a combination of animations, sound and interactive exercises to address issues related to dealing with third-parties. More specifically, this course explains due diligence responsibilities and details how an organization must control risks associated with data security and bribery when hiring and managing third-party vendors.

Global Competition Law
Global Competition Law 1

Fair competition means seeking business openly and honestly, obtaining competitive information legally and ethically and engaging in fair business practices. This course provides an engaging, interactive and comprehensive experience for employees in your organization that need to be aware of the purpose of competition laws, the basics of competition laws, the manner in which relationships with competitors and third parties should be managed and other key issues that relate to competition.

Global Data Privacy: Protecting Personal Information
Global Data Privacy 1

In this data-driven world, a common risk that organizations face is around data privacy. Employees must understand the kinds of personal information that they must protect, the common errors that put personal information at risk, the specific practices that help protect personal information, best practices where data storage and privacy might be at risk and the risks in an event of privacy breach. Using a scenario based approach in combination of high-quality digital media content, this course offers to answer some of the hardest questions around data privacy.

Financial Integrity: Working with Honesty and Transparency
Global Data Privacy 1

Maintaining the integrity of financial is activities of utmost importance to organizations. Financial integrity leads to upholding an ethical culture that lets your organization meet legal and regulatory obligations, better decision-making stemming from a clearer picture of your operations and the accurate reporting of financial information to stakeholders which may include shareholders, customers and vendors. This course uses scenarios and case studies alongside digital animations and sound to answer questions around financial integrity, accounting and bookkeeping, ethical sales practices, regulatory repercussions of financial misconduct and employee obligations to uphold financial integrity in your organization.

Records Hold: Preserving Information
Records Hold 1

In some cases when an organization becomes aware of a legal claim or becomes involved in a legal action, it may choose to supersede normal record retention policies by implementing a records hold, to preserve all information relevant to that legal matter. This course uses high-quality digital media, sound and scenarios to explain what a records hold is, how to comply with it and what to do after a records hold is released.

Workplace Violence: Being Alert to High-Risk Behavior
Workplace Violence 1

The importance of being alert to workplace violence is paramount. Workplace violence is defined as any act or threat of physical violence, harassment, intimidation or other threatening behavior occurring in the workplace. This can include verbal abuse, physical assaults, and even homicide. It can be committed by anyone, inside or outside of your organization, and it can impact anyone, including your employees, clients, customers and visitors to your facilities. This course educates your workforce and your managers about their responsibilities and equips them with the tools necessary to understand, address and prevent workplace violence utilizing an interactive and engaging platform.

Working with the Government: Ethical Contracting - Coming Soon!

Working with the Government lends itself to numerous risks that companies need to be aware of. This course addresses issues around the use of confidential information, procurement-integrity laws, conflicts of interest, anti-bribery laws and the reporting of violations.

Import/Export, Boycott and Trade Compliance - Coming Soon!

In today’s global world, organizations must ensure that their employees comply with all applicable import, export, boycott and trade control laws. The Network’s training course on Import/Export, Boycott and Trade Compliance addresses challenging questions around embargoes, economic sanctions, customs, import and export controls, product marking, country of origin determination and entry processes and anti-boycott laws and regulations.

HIPAA: Protecting Health Information - Coming Soon!

Covered healthcare organizations and their business associates are responsible for protecting the privacy and security of their patients’ financial and health information. This course helps your employees understand the rationale underlying the enactment of HIPAA; to define specific terms related to health information privacy and protection; and learn specific practices that help meet the requirements of HIPAA in general, and the privacy provision in particular.

Respect, Diversity, and Inclusion - Coming Soon!

In today’s global and culturally and socially diverse world, creating a culture of mutual respect that fosters social and cultural awareness is an important ingredient of success for any organization. This course utilizes the services of The Network’s in-house creative services team and compliance industry’s brightest minds to culminate a scenario based, contemporary offering that tackles cultural, social and gender stereotypes.

Learning Blocks from The Network are sequences of instructional content on key ethics & compliance topics. Each 3- to 5-minute topic block delivers high-level messaging around code of conduct subjects. Because clients can choose individual topic(s) that are relevant to them and their company, Learning Blocks essentially enable an organization to build their own code training, while still covering the basics of why their company has a code and why understanding and complying with code is critical. Learning Blocks use the same highly engaging, animated sequencing of our full training courses and include interactive exercises designed to reinforce content and engage the learner.

  • Contemporary, relevant ethics and compliance topics
  • Flexible – stand-alone or embed them within courses to build-your-own training
  • Highly engaging, interactive learning exercises delivered in a brief time frame
  • Reinforce key compliance concepts topics with the same interactive exercises as full courses
Ethics Reporting

Reinforces your company’s reporting structure, the importance of your hotline program and what your employees need to know about their responsibility to speak up about misconduct; the proper channels for sharing concerns; and your company’s commitment to non-retaliation.

Conflicts of Interest

Addresses questions such as: What is a conflict of interest? What kinds of situations lend themselves to potential conflicts? What should employees do if they have a conflict between personal interests and those of the company?

Gifts, Gratuities and Entertainment

Emphasizes employees’ responsibility to use good judgment and comply with company policy in the exchange of gifts, favors and entertainment, recognizing that they can help build goodwill but can also create the perception of a conflict of interest and undermine the integrity of business relationships.

Anti-Bribery

Helps your employees comply with the FCPA, the UK Bribery Act and other anti-bribery laws around the world, with information about how to: recognize a bribe, manage the complexities of working with “foreign officials” and practice due diligence when it comes to third parties working on their company’s behalf.

Protecting Company Assets

Explains the broad definition of “company assets” – including financial, information, physical and technology assets – and reinforces each employee’s responsibility to protect these assets in order to help the company maintain its competitive advantage in the marketplace.

Harassment and Discrimination

Reinforces a company’s commitment to diversity and explores workplace situations that highlight discriminatory or harassing behaviors (including sexual harassment) to help employees better identify – and speak up about – misconduct.

Sexual Harassment

Takes a closer look at the legal definition of sexual harassment and the kinds of conduct, both inside and outside of the workplace, which violate the law, giving employees a high-level overview of the information needed to recognize and report sexual harassment.

Sales Ethics

Emphasizes the importance of building productive business relationships and underscores the risks associated with unethical sales practices such as engaging in side agreements, offering concessions and altering sales documents.

Information Security

Emphasizes the critical importance of information assets and the obligation every employee has to comply with company policies and processes – as they relate to protecting systems, protecting information and protecting access – to keep information safe from loss or misuse.

Antitrust

Speaks to the principle of a free, open market and the critical need to avoid business practices that would violate antitrust/competition laws – familiarizes employees with applicable laws and emphasizes avoidance of conduct that might even suggest that these laws are being compromised.

Insider Trading

Describes the kinds of information considered “material, non-public,” emphasizes the critical need to safeguard it and lays out the restrictions – and the consequences – associated with trading in securities (or tipping others to do so) based on that information.

Employment Law: Overview

Provides a high-level overview of the statutory requirements that protect the legal rights of both a company and its employees including quick-hit information about EEO, ADA, FLSA, FMLA and OSHA laws.

Employment Law: Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) (Managers)

Explores Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and subsequent legislation as it relates to preserving the rights of “protected classes” and ensuring equal opportunity in all facets of employment practices including hiring, promotion, termination and compensation.

Employment Law: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) (Managers)

Takes a deeper dive into EEO law as it relates to illegal discrimination against individuals with disabilities in the workplace, defining key terminology such as “disability,” “essential job functions,” “reasonable accommodation,” and “undue hardship.”

Employment Law: Wage and Hour (Managers)

Designed for managers who supervise hourly, “non-exempt” employees, this course underscores the importance of following the company’s recordkeeping practices to ensure full documentation of – and compensation for – the hours worked by their employees. Managers who comply with good timekeeping practices not only promote important workplace values, but also ensure compliance with federal and state laws.

Employment Law: Wage and Hour (Employees)

Designed for hourly, “non-exempt” employees, this course underscores the importance of following the company’s recordkeeping practices to ensure full documentation of – and compensation for – the hours they work. Employees who comply with good timekeeping practices not only promote important workplace values, but also ensure compliance with federal and state laws.

Employment Law: Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) (Managers)

Delivers hands-on information about the Family Medical Leave Act and the benefits it offers to employees who are unable to work because of a serious health condition or the serious health condition of a family member.

Employment Law: Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA)

Emphasizes the critical importance of a safe workplace and the obligations that a company and an employee have for being proactive about promoting safety on the job – also speaks to details about a company’s commitment to a Hazard Communication Program.

Workplace Safety

Delivers the message that safety requires a team effort and offers tips on a wide variety of safety topics such as preventing slips, trips and falls, lifting properly, safely operating machinery and the use of PPE; encourages employees to take an active role in following all health and safety rules and promptly report any unsafe conditions or behaviors they see or experience on the job. 

Confidentiality: Protecting Confidential Information

Failure to protect confidential information may result in loss of business, loss of confidence and loyalty and subsequently financial loss. Through the use of digital art, audio and scenarios, this course aims to explain what confidential information is, why it must be protected and explains an employee’s role in the protection of confidential information.

Third Parties: Controlling the Risks

Dealing with third-parties inherently exposes organizations to some level of risk. This course uses a combination of animations, sound and interactive exercises to address issues related to dealing with third-parties. More specifically, this course explains due diligence responsibilities and details how an organization must control risks associated with data security and bribery when hiring and managing third-party vendors.

Global Competition Law

Fair competition means seeking business openly and honestly, obtaining competitive information legally and ethically and engaging in fair business practices. This course provides an engaging, interactive and comprehensive experience for employees in your organization that need to be aware of the purpose of competition laws, the basics of competition laws, the manner in which relationships with competitors and third parties should be managed and other key issues that relate to competition.

Global Data Privacy: Protecting Personal Information

In this data-driven world, a common risk that organizations face is around data privacy. Employees must understand the kinds of personal information that they must protect, the common errors that put personal information at risk, the specific practices that help protect personal information, best practices where data storage and privacy might be at risk and the risks in an event of privacy breach. Using a scenario based approach in combination of high-quality digital media content, this course offers to answer some of the hardest questions around data privacy.

Financial Integrity: Working with Honesty and Transparency

Maintaining the integrity of financial is activities is of utmost importance to organizations. Financial integrity leads to upholding an ethical culture that lets your organization meet legal and regulatory obligations, better decision-making stemming from a clearer picture of your operations and the accurate reporting of financial information to stakeholders which may include shareholders, customers and vendors. This course uses scenarios and case studies alongside digital animations and sound to answer questions around financial integrity, accounting and bookkeeping, ethical sales practices, regulatory repercussions of financial misconduct and employee obligations to uphold financial integrity in your organization.

Records Hold: Preserving Information

In some cases when an organization becomes aware of a legal claim or becomes involved in a legal action, it may choose to supersede normal record retention policies by implementing a records hold, to preserve all information relevant to that legal matter. This course uses high-quality digital media, sound and scenarios to explain what a records hold is, how to comply with it and what to do after a records hold is released.

Import/Export, Boycott and Trade Compliance - Coming Soon!

In today’s global world, organizations must ensure that their employees comply with all applicable import, export, boycott and trade control laws. The Network’s training course on Import/Export, Boycott and Trade Compliance addresses challenging questions around embargoes, economic sanctions, customs, import and export controls, product marking, country of origin determination and entry processes and anti-boycott laws and regulations.

HIPAA: Protecting Health Information - Coming Soon!

Covered healthcare organizations and their business associates are responsible for protecting the privacy and security of their patients’ financial and health information. This course helps your employees understand the rationale underlying the enactment of HIPAA; to define specific terms related to health information privacy and protection; and learn specific practices that help meet the requirements of HIPAA in general, and the privacy provision in particular.

Respect, Diversity, and Inclusion - Coming Soon!

In today’s global and culturally and socially diverse world, creating a culture of mutual respect that fosters social and cultural awareness is an important ingredient of success for any organization. This course utilizes the services of The Network’s in-house creative services team and compliance industry’s brightest minds to culminate a scenario based, contemporary offering that tackles cultural, social and gender stereotypes.

Working with the Government: Ethical Contracting - Coming Soon!

Working with the Government lends itself to numerous risks that companies need to be aware of. This course addresses issues around the use of confidential information, procurement-integrity laws, conflicts of interest, anti-bribery laws and the reporting of violations.

Workplace Violence: Being Alert to High-Risk Behavior

The importance of being alert to workplace violence is paramount. Workplace violence is defined as any act or threat of physical violence, harassment, intimidation or other threatening behavior occurring in the workplace. This can include verbal abuse, physical assaults, and even homicide. It can be committed by anyone, inside or outside of your organization, and it can impact anyone, including your employees, clients, customers and visitors to your facilities. This course educates your workforce and your managers about their responsibilities and equips them with the tools necessary to understand, address and prevent workplace violence utilizing an interactive and engaging platform.

Preventing Workplace Fraud

This Learning Block provides examples of workplace fraud, situations where this type of theft might occur and the cost of workplace fraud to the company and its stakeholders. The lesson also explains what employees can do to protect their organization against fraud.

Anti-Money Laundering

Money laundering is a serious crime that contributes to corruption and undermines financial systems worldwide. The Network’s Anti-Money Laundering Learning Block illustrates what money laundering is, the negative effects of the crime, how it is done and what employees can do to prevent it.

Our “Spot-On-Ethics Vignettes” are short (1 – 3 minute) communication tools on key ethics and compliance topics (such as speaking up, anti-bribery, gifts, conflicts of interest and workplace respect). These Vignettes offer organizations another method to engage employees and maximize compliance topic awareness all year long – without requiring a substantial time commitment. Vignettes relay a brief scenario using The Network’s animated style with audio. Vignettes can also include customized content.

  • Memorable, contemporary content
  • Relevancy to address current topics and emerging issues important to your organization
  • Customization options for your organization’s message or Hotline information
  • Ability to meet multi-cultural, multi-lingual needs
  • Flexible delivery options
Anti-Retaliation -- “Can I Get Fired for Speaking Up?”

What happens if an employee reports something that turns out to be nothing? This slice of workplace life will help employees understand that speaking up, even when they’re not sure, is always the right thing to do.

Anti-Bribery -- “Is That a Bribe?”

A missed delivery date is coupled with a promise from the vendor to speed up shipping… in exchange for an expediting fee. Explore the best way forward for this employee as she identifies bribery red flags and navigates the best course of action.

Conflicts of Interest -- “Is That a Conflict?”

An employee with a potential conflict weighs the consequences of disclosing – or not disclosing – information about a personal relationship.  Her light-bulb moment demonstrates the importance of speaking up about a situation where conflicts typically arise.

Social Media -- “Can I Tweet That?”

Follow a Twitter feed to discover how something that seems harmless has the potential to pose great harm to a company. This story demonstrates that social media offers a great way to connect, but it can also offer risks to employees and their companies.

Gifts – “Can I Keep It?”

A vendor offers an employee a gift – is it a gesture of goodwill or a sign of something improper? Look in on two employees who learn that following company policy and using good judgment produce the best gift-giving and gift-receiving strategies.

Gifts – “That’s Okay, Isn't It?”

It’s important to know when you can (and can’t) accept offers of entertainment. Join two colleagues as they explore the consequences of accepting two concert tickets and learn to appreciate the importance of appearances.

Records Holds – “What’s a Legal Hold?”

A legal hold email arrives in your inbox – now what? Take a look at what to do and what not to do in order to maintain the integrity of the legal process. The key take-away? The importance of knowing, understanding and following company procedures.

Tone from the Middle – “Do I Lead With Integrity?”

A manager’s everyday decisions, large and small, send a message to employees about a company’s ethical culture. Watch what happens when an employee uncovers an error and a manager is faced with the decision to say something… or keep quiet.

Confidential Information – “So, You Think You Can Share?” - Coming Soon!

The Network’s So, You Think You Can Share vignette uses a fun, interactive and contemporary scenario to reinforce your employees’ understanding of what they can share and what they can’t.

Workers’ Compensation Fraud - “Is This Any of My Business?” - Coming Soon!

Watch an enlightening story that illustrates the factors involved in an employee’s decision about whether to report suspected workers’ compensation fraud.

Sharing Proprietary Information – “Can I Talk About That?”- Coming Soon!

Refresh your employees’ understanding of the kinds of information new hires can and cannot share.

Additional Spot-On-Ethics Vignettes - Coming Soon!)

  • Anti-Money Laundering
  • Workers’ Compensation Fraud (office and non-office)
  • Bullying
  • Privacy
  • Mutual Respect
  • Safety and Workplace Violence

 

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