Key Learning Points:
- Examples of unethical supplier practices
- Why unethical supplier practices can sometimes be hard to spot
- Various motives underlying these practices
- What you can do to prevent them
- Red flags pointing to possible unethical behaviour from suppliers
Supplier fraud may not always be as obvious as colluding on prices, falsifying invoices or creating fake suppliers. There are more subtle ways suppliers, or criminals impersonating a supplier, can secure a business advantage by deceptions which are not always easy to detect. These are called unethical supplier practices.
Our Unethical Supplier Practices short course explores some examples of these and how we can spot them.
It follows a buyer who has responsibility for a supplier that is suspected of unethical activity. Learners must decide what steps the buyer could have taken to spot the suspicious activity earlier.
Who Should Take This Course?
This eLearning course on Unethical Supplier Practice is suitable for all employees including:
- Full-time employees
- Part-time employees
Learners are introduced to Delun, a buyer responsible for a supplier that may have been acting unethically in a subtle way over a long period of time.
They are asked to identify ways Delun could have spotted their fraudulent activity earlier via multiple-choice selections. If they answer correctly, they collect a star and pass the course.
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Unethical Supplier Practices
Supplier fraud may not always be as obvious as colluding on prices, falsifying invoices or creating fake suppliers.
There are more subtle ways suppliers, or criminals impersonating a supplier, can secure a business advantage by deceptions which are not always easy to detect. These are called unethical supplier practices.
These deceptions tend to be concealed in seemingly innocent custom and practice between supplier and purchaser and this course details the types of supplier fraud you might encounter.
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