Anti Bribery Training- Gifts & Hospitality Challenge

How to identify gifts and hospitality rewards in an engaging, user friendly course

Key Learning Points:

  • What constitutes an acceptable gift
  • How to decide what gifts to accept
  • What is classed as a bribe
  • When is hospitality considered as a bribe
  • How to be aware of bribery and corruption
Anti Bribery Training- Gifts & Hospitality Challenge
Anti Bribery Training- Gifts & Hospitality Challenge
Anti Bribery Training- Gifts & Hospitality Challenge
Anti Bribery Training- Gifts & Hospitality Challenge
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Course Overview

This immersive online training course puts the user in the heart of a situation in which gifts and hospitality are offered to a fictitious character Naomi at a supplier's new product launch.

During the event you will have 4 'integrity handshakes' and must decide what Naomi should or should not accept. Each time you make a wrong decision, you will lose one handshake.

Your challenge is to try to keep all 4!

Course Details

  • Course duration: 5 minutes
  • Available in 2 Languages

    English English Spanish Spanish
  • Online microlearning course
  • Certificate on completion
  • Course can be tailored using Adapt Authoring Tool
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Who Should Take This Course?

Accepting gifts and hospitality is not strictly prohibited under anti-bribery laws. However, organisations must make it clear what is acceptable. Our Gifts and Hospitality Challenge course is especially useful for any employees that work in customer facing roles such as Sales or work with contractors and suppliers and could be a recipient of gifts and hospitality.

  • Employees at all levels
  • Sales Professionals
  • Marketing Professionals
  • Directors
  • Board Members
  • Customer facing roles
  • Supply and Procurement Managers

The Assessment

Learners take charge of a fictitious character, Naomi, who is offered gifts and hospitality at a supplier's new product launch. Learners face four opportunities to earn an 'integrity handshake' and must decide what Naomi should or should not accept. Each time a learner makes a wrong decision, the learner will lose one handshake. The learners' challenge is to aim for all four handshakes.

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Why You Need Anti Bribery Training

One of the key areas within anti-bribery and corruption regulation is the risk associated with offering and accepting of gifts and hospitality in business. The consequences can be dire and a conviction for a bribery offence can have damaging effects on both individuals and businesses. There is a number of ethical and legal issues surrounding the giving and acceptance of corporate gifts and hospitality, some of which may be surprising to employees with no prior knowledge of such issues. Adhering to good practice at all times as well as having a robust company policy can help retain integrity and impartiality at your organisation.

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FAQ's

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What are corporate gifts and hospitality?
Gifts and hospitality mean anything of value that is given or accepted, either directly or in kind. Offers of gifts and hospitality could include items ranging from diaries, stationery, food and drink, tickets to sporting events, free international travel and accommodation.
Is it legal to accept gifts and hospitality?
The UK Bribery Act 2010 does not explicitly prohibit corporate hospitality and gifts. Instead, it enables organisations to recognise which gifts and hospitality are acceptable as reasonable and proportionate. Businesses are required to establish a threshold in relation to the industry in which they operate to help to establish which gifts are considered excessive for the industry.
What is a gifts and hospitality policy?
A gifts and hospitality policy sets out the procedure employees must follow when giving or receiving gifts and hospitality. Most policies require employees to declare all offers of gifts and hospitality, made to or by them, regardless of their value and are also required to declare whether it was accepted or declined.

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