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  • Give this, not that (never OK version)

    Give this, not that (never OK version)

    Use this highly visual guide to empower your team to easily identify what's an acceptable gift and what's never allowed. With examples drawn from the 2012 DOJ guidance, this version works for companies that ban cash, cash-equivalent, and high-value...

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  • Conflicts, Plain & Simple

    Conflicts, Plain & Simple

    Happy Cloud says conflicts aren't scary! Use this suite of slides to train your team on how to identify when they have a conflict—and recognizing that by disclosing it, you can manage it. This 15-slide deck focuses on the emotional part of...

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  • The right place

    The right place

    Assure your employees they can raise ethics or compliance concerns, even if they're not 100% sure they're right—they just need to be coming from the right place.

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  • What does "in good faith" mean?

    What does "in good faith" mean?

    Show your employees that a sincere belief that what you're saying is true is reason enough to come forward.

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  • Annual Refresher Course & Code Obligations Job Aid

    Annual Refresher Course & Code Obligations Job Aid

    Still stuck doing annual check-the-box training? Gross, and sorry. But hey, at least this 31-slide kit will make it 10 minutes long and actually relevant to every employee. So, you've got that going for you, which is nice. The ideal annual refresher...

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  • Compliance is an open book test

    Compliance is an open book test

    This call-to-action tells your team's compliance is not passive—if you don't know what to do, look it up!

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  • Insider Trading Basics

    Insider Trading Basics

    Gordon Gekko may think that greed is good, but your company doesn't when it comes to insider trading. Educate your employees on the basics with this graphic piece. Aimed at a general audience, this piece lays out three common categories of material...

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  • You've been asked to pay a bribe: Here's what to do.

    You've been asked to pay a bribe: Here's what to do.

    This concise flowchart prepares your team for when someone offers them a bribe, including circumstances of when their safety is threatened. Don’t underestimate the need to train on issues like this—common sense can go out the window when...

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  • Disclose it.

    Disclose it.

    Lots of people think conflicts of interest exist only when they profit. This piece reminds them that's not true. Need it in landscape? Check out the horizontal version!

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  • During a season of giving, remind your folks of these principles of ethical business gifts.

    Give wisely this holiday season

    During a season of giving, remind your folks of these principles of ethical business gifts.

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  • What happens when you contact the helpline?

    What happens when you contact the helpline?

    The helpline isn’t a black box. Use this quick-hit graphic to show your employees what to expect before they make the call. Need to go into more detail? Check out "What happens when I contact the helpline?"

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  • Why’s it so scary in the dark? Because you can’t see what’s in it—duh! Shed some light on the unknown with this illuminating Helpline infographic. 

It breaks down who sees Helpline reports, why, and how to remain completely anonymous in case some folks are still afraid to report. It also covers the follow-up process so they’re more likely to answer your questions and receive your close out message. A metaphorical night light!

Want a more concise overview? Check out Hotline: Anonymous vs. Confidential.

    What happens to information I share with the compliance helpline?

    Why’s it so scary in the dark? Because you can’t see what’s in it—duh! Shed some light on the unknown with this illuminating Helpline infographic.  It breaks down who sees Helpline reports, why, and how to remain completely...

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  • You can preach “speaking up” until you’re blue in the face, but if your managers aren’t echoing the message—or even worse, unintentionally discouraging it—it’s not going to make a difference. And that’s sad. But don’t worry. Be happy. because you can show ‘em what the right way looks like with this fab framework for creating psychological safety, offering speak-up pathways for every preference, and modeling positive leadership when mistakes (inevitably) happen.

    Creating a speak up culture

    You can preach “speaking up” until you’re blue in the face, but if your managers aren’t echoing the message—or even worse, unintentionally discouraging it—it’s not going to make a difference. And that’s sad...

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  • In this short, targeted training video (0:38), employees will learn when and where conflicts often arise and why disclosure is in their best interest. 

We'll start by breaking down just what a conflict is, then cover the different types of conflicts, and wrap it all up by explaining that having a conflict isn't necessarily an issue, but not reporting it is!

Don't forget to give your team members one of these job aids that link to your disclosure form and where to go for questions, and put a bow on your training plan with these awesome awareness tools.

    Video: Conflicts - Do any of these apply to you?

    In this short, targeted training video (0:43), employees will learn when and where conflicts often arise and why disclosure is in their best interest.  We'll start by breaking down just what a conflict is, then cover the different types of...

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  • You are responsible for what you approve - horizontal

    You are responsible for what you approve - horizontal

    Keep your Code of Conduct top-of-mind and aligned with everyday tasks with this graphic. Even better? It's part of an entire system: use it with our Annual Refresher Course and Basic Code of Conduct Obligations infographic for a...

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  • When to Check the Code of Conduct - horizontal

    When to Check the Code of Conduct - horizontal

    Keep your Code of Conduct top-of-mind and aligned with everyday tasks with this graphic. Even better? It's part of an entire system: use it with our Annual Refresher Course and Basic Code of Conduct Obligations infographic for a...

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  • Hotline Speak Up - horizontal

    Hotline Speak Up - horizontal

    The hotline poster goes 21st century! Print a poster or display it on any digital screen where you want to drive hotline awareness.

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  • Be Good for Goodness Sake

    Be Good for Goodness Sake

    This Christmas, Santa brings us specific, easy-to-understand rules on business gifts.

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  • Disclose it. - horizontal

    Disclose it. - horizontal

    Lots of people think conflicts of interest exist only when they profit. This piece reminds them that's not true. Need it in portrait? Check out the poster!

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  • No, thanks: cash and equivalents

    No, thanks: cash and equivalents

    A simple reminder to your team to never take cash or equivalents.

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  • If we didn't want to hear it...

    If we didn't want to hear it...

    You take ethics and compliance seriously, so remind your employees—with a little humor—you actually want them to come forward with any concerns.

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  • Expense approval checklist

    Expense approval checklist

    Give your team an easy-to-understand checklist for walking through the major issues when approving expense reports. Proper approval of expenses requires thoughtful reflection about what, exactly, your organization is paying for—something not...

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  • Working with a charity?

    Working with a charity?

    Avoid risky donations—and the resulting effect on your company’s reputation—with this straightforward checklist of compliant charitable donations. This piece helps your employees think through the donations they’re considering...

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  • Assessing Conflicts of Interest

    Assessing Conflicts of Interest

    This helpful one-pager gives HR professionals an easy way to assess whether a business decision raises red flags due to a conflict of interest. This off-the-shelf version guides them through both relationships and financial interests that may create a...

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