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  • Don't get fooled by email scammers

    Don't get fooled by email scammers

    Successful spear phishing sounds cool, but is one of your cybersecurity team's worst nightmares. Educate your team on the biggest red flags. Using a criminal graphic to grab their attention, this tool vividly highlights the not-always-obvious signs of...

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  • Is it a sponsorship, grant, or donation?

    Is it a sponsorship, grant, or donation?

    Umm, who approved sponsoring this Cheese Rolling event?... It’s great when companies participate in corporate giving. But it’s not so great when external requests for funding are miscategorized–or even worse–the request...

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  • Video: If it's disclosed, it can be managed

    Video: If it's disclosed, it can be managed

    This targeted training video (1:15) provides a thorough, but quick overview of what conflicts are, how they often stem from good things, and why it’s important to disclose them (even if they don’t think there’s an issue).  Use it...

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  • What Compliance Reports to the Board of Directors

    What Compliance Reports to the Board of Directors

    This plug-and-play deck is designed to help you set expectations with the Board, so they know exactly what types of info they’ll hear from you. It’s a great tool for your Q1 meeting or for new member orientation so you all start off on the...

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  • Give Wisely this Holiday Season (line art version)

    Give Wisely this Holiday Season (line art version)

    During a season of giving, remind your folks of these principles of ethical business gifts. Heads up: this is the line art version. Looking for the standard version? Find it here.

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  • “Do the right thing” is simple advice but harder in practice. What does it all mean!?

Use this high-impact screensaver to create ethical awareness and remind folks of available resources (*ahem* your policies!) to help them make good decisions. Top it off with contact information for your helpline for any extra tough questions.

Pro tip: These screensavers are a great accompaniment to the Stuck with a tough decision? decision tree!

    Do our policies prohibit it?

    “Do the right thing” is simple advice but harder in practice. What does it all mean!? Use this high-impact graphic to create ethical awareness and remind folks of available resources (*ahem* your policies!) to help them make good decisions...

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  • Video: What does the ethics and compliance team do?

    Video: What does the ethics and compliance team do?

    In this short, targeted training video (0:58), employees will learn how the E&C team puts your organizational values into practice.  We'll cover the "why" of training and policies, your role in overseeing the helpline, and your responsibility...

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  • You are responsible for who you engage - horizontal

    You are responsible for who you engage - 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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  • You are responsible for what you know - horizontal

    You are responsible for what you know - 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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  • Your post may self-destruct, but copies last forever - horizontal

    Your post may self-destruct, but copies last forever - horizontal

    Just because a post is "self-destructing" doesn't mean they can't be shared by others. Remind your folks to be mindful of what they share, even if they think it won't live on.

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  • Get asked to click on a link? (job aid)

    Get asked to click on a link? (job aid)

    Scammers are complicated, but spotting when they're spoofing web domains doesn't have to be. Use this helpful piece to teach your team the basics of avoiding fraudulent payments, misplaced confidential documents, and a compromised network by knowing...

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  • Business Courtesies: What Can You Do?

    Business Courtesies: What Can You Do?

    Distill your gifts and entertainment policy into a handy chart—this one’s great for more complex policies. We made your gifts, entertainment, and travel policy simple by breaking out what can be expensed with without approval, what needs...

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  • Finalizing, Submitting, or Storing Company Records?

    Finalizing, Submitting, or Storing Company Records?

    This simple checklist helps employees keep good records without getting bogged down with trying to remember what to do. It’s easy to forget how vital recordkeeping is, but sometimes the mere act of insufficient documentation is itself a violation...

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  • What happens when I contact the helpline?

    What happens when I contact the helpline?

    The hotline isn’t a black box. Take the mystery out of how the helpline process works with this easy explainer—you’ll show your people exactly how compliance reporting works, step-by-step, before they make the call. This is meant to...

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  • Email Signatures

    Email Signatures

    Don't waste the chance to get your compliance message out there; use this easy guide to incorporate it with every email. You ever seen folks who have compliance team branding, with their own signatures? Those are cool. But you know what’s better?...

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  • Got a funny feeling about fraud?

    Got a funny feeling about fraud?

    Help your employees sniff out that funky fraud smell with this highly visual piece setting out red flags. Your team needs to feel empowered to use the “f” word—fraud. This guide provides solid examples of behaviors that just...

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  • Give this, not that (pre-approval version)

    Give this, not that (pre-approval version)

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

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  • When should you raise a compliance issue?

    When should you raise a compliance issue?

    This decision tree quickly helps employees determine the right time to raise concerns—and how to do it. You want your people to speak up, but they don’t want to bother the wrong person or feel like they’re whining. This aid walks...

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  • Model Code of Conduct Training Module

    Model Code of Conduct Training Module

    This simple guide will help your employees navigate your company's Code of Conduct. A very short, very simple framing of your Code of Conduct that covers what it is, where to find it, and when to check it. These 8 slides can be read by employees in 1-2...

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  • So-and-so is a government official

    So-and-so is a government official

    Your company (and the law) has specific rules about spending money on government officials. Raise your team's awareness about who actually is one.

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  • Is it confidential?

    Is it confidential?

    This elegant decision tree helps your team quickly determine if they can share info—or keep it private. One of our favorite pieces, this breaks down the main elements of what constitutes info that should NOT be made public without approval. Even...

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  • Want to collect customer data?

    Want to collect customer data?

    A handy infographic based on FTC guidance, this walks your teams through the main issues involved in collecting and using customer data. Rather than give hard-and-fast rules, this piece asks critical questions about the use of customer...

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  • Would you trade on it?

    Would you trade on it?

    This graphic guide simplifies the types of information that should be protected to avoid insider trading. Without getting too far in the weeds of securities terminology (woof), this piece highlights common categories of material non-public...

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  • This looks like building a relationship—but this looks like a bribe

    This looks like building a relationship—but this looks like a bribe

    This simple guide provides easy-to-understand principles on how to ethically entertain (lobster illustration included!). We counterpose a reasonable meal with more sumptuous fare to remind your team that they’re allowed to entertain, but never...

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