Our library of microlearning courses covers key compliance topics from bribery, financial crime, GDPR, health and safety to modern slavery.
Companies in a dominant economic position can be penalised heavily if they are found to be abusing their market power to impose unfair prices or hurt their competitors. Watch this 3-minute module to find out what constitutes dominance and what restrictions apply to dominant companies.
Any agreement between companies to restrict market competition is a criminal offence. And agreements don't have been be explicitly in writing, even a casual chat can lead to perceptions of anti-competitive behaviour. Watch this 4-minute module to learn how to avoid breaching the competition laws.
Criminals laundering the proceeds of their crimes pose a risk for our business. The law holds us responsible for being aware of money laundering and helping to prevent it – failing to do so is a criminal offence. Watch this 5-minute module to learn about your obligations under this law.
Offering an inducement, financial or otherwise, to win business, get approval or just speed things up can be deemed to be a bribe and can land you in jail. Watch this 3-minute module to learn what can be deemed to be a bribe and how to avoid any perception of bribery.
Factual details and opinions that we hold about individuals, including customers, employees and others, are protected under data protection laws in the EU. Watch this 3-minute module to learn the principles of data protection and the rights of the data subjects.
Fraud poses a serious threat to companies – both from sources outside and within their business. Watch this 3-minute module to learn about the different types of frauds, the factors behind fraud and the indicators that you can use to spot and prevent fraud in our business.
Gifts and hospitality play an important role in doing business, but used inappropriately they can lead to conflicts of interest or accusations of bribery. Watch this 3-minute module to learn how you can avoid falling foul of our company's policy and the law.
A few simple steps at work can help you avoid straining your eyes, your back, your hands and other musculoskeletal disorders and keep your physical and mental wellbeing. Watch this 4-minute module to learn about these steps.
Safeguarding confidential information is absolutely critical for our business and the consequences of information being lost or stolen are severe. Learn what steps you should take to secure confidential information.
Sanctions and embargoes are tools for maintaining or restoring international peace and security that require us to observe trade restrictions with the targeted countries, organisations and individuals. Learn how these work and how you can avoid breaching them.
Safety at work is the responsibility of everyone, and that includes you! Watch this 3-minute module to find out how you can contribute your safety and the safety of others around you.
Abuse of position is a type of fraud that employees can commit, sometimes inadvertently, when they use their position at the Company for their personal gain. This is a criminal offence that can result in a prison sentence. Learn how to avoid this offence and how to manage any conflicts of interest you may have.
Customer Due diligence is a legal requirement and plays a vital role in protecting our company. It is your responsibility to understand and be aware of it even if you're not responsible for it yourself. Learn about the process of due diligence and the potential red flags that you must report.
Diligence in hiring new employees is no longer limited to education, experience and references. You now need to be aware of the potential for bribery, corruption and other crimes. Learn how you can comply with these requirements.
The failure to prevent persons associated with our Company from aiding others with tax evasion is now a criminal offence. Learn how you can help to fulfil this legal obligation.
The failure to prevent persons associated with our Company from aiding others with tax evasion is now a criminal offence. Learn how you can help to fulfil this legal obligation. (Financial Services version).
Modern slavery is not only a despicable and inhumane act but also a serious crime with harsh penalties. We all have a duty to help prevent this from happening in our business and supply chain. Select this module to learn how to spot and report this crime.
It is your legal duty to report any knowledge or suspicion of financial crime. If you had reasonable grounds for suspicion but did not report it, you would be in breach of the law. Learn what and how you should report it to comply with the law.
Terrorism is a huge risk that we face in the world today and like other human activities, it requires funding. Countering this financing can contribute greatly to reducing terrorist activity. Learn how you can contribute by spotting and reporting signs of terrorist financing.
Due diligence plays a vital role in protecting our company. It is your responsibility to understand and be aware of the due diligence conducted on third parties even if you're not responsible for it yourself. Learn about the five-step process for conducting this due diligence.
Tipping off a person about a money laundering or terrorist financing investigation is a criminal offence. But complying with this law put you in the situation of delaying suspicious transactions without telling the customer why. Learn how to handle such difficult situations and stay on the right side of the law.
Small facilitation payments made to officials for expediting a permit or approval might seem innocuous but they are illegal and could land you in prison. Learn how to stay vigilant and resist facilitation payments and also conditions in which you may pay.
Speaking up about misconduct or suspected criminal activities can be daunting. However, whistleblowing is important for the functioning of a business. Learn about the protection and consideration that we give to whistleblowers.