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  • If it's disclosed, it can be managed

    If it's disclosed, it can be managed

    Everyone thinks they can manage their own conflicts. Use this graphic piece to help your team identify and disclose all conflicts, all while reducing the stigma of doing so. One of employees’ core misunderstandings about conflicts of interests is...

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  • We Play Fair: Anticorruption Basics

    We Play Fair: Anticorruption Basics

    Help employees understand how your anticorruption processes fit into the big picture with this overview infographic. Whether your anticorruption program is the pinnacle of best practices or just starting out, it’s critical that employees know how...

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  • Conflicts of Interest

    Conflicts of Interest

    Make sure your employees know what's a conflict of interest—and, just as important, what to do about it. It’s too easy for folks to just “go with their gut” about potential conflicts. This piece uses simple icons to explain when...

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  • Watch out for red flags from third parties

    Watch out for red flags from third parties

    Do your employees know what to look out for when managing third parties? This piece supports their due diligence efforts by covering the five red flags they need to spot and tell you about ASAP!

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  • Anticorruption for Salespeople

    Anticorruption for Salespeople

    When it comes to BIG topics like Anticorruption, portion control is a must. Otherwise, your sales team is going to mentally check out from the information overload. Check, please!  Instead, serve up this locally-sourced checklist that boils down...

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  • Is this person a government official?

    Is this person a government official?

    Use this awesome, in-depth flow chart to show your folks how to ID government officials. Just because someone doesn’t have the title of “senator” or “His Excellency” doesn’t mean they’re not a government...

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  • Tis Always the Season to Give Smart

    Tis Always the Season to Give Smart

    The holidays are a fantastic time ... for things that could look like a bribe. Use this graphic piece to remind your folks how to give the right way. You don’t have to be a downer around the holidays! Use this fun reminder that, just like...

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Third Party module

    Third Party module

    You just spent $200,000 on a third-party onboarding solution ... which will be worth zero if your business refuses to use it. Stick the landing with this live training deck that helps you manage business expectations. This 14-slide deck walks your...

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  • Give wisely this holiday season - screensaver

    Give wisely this holiday season - screensaver

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

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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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  • 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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  • You've been asked to pay a bribe: Here's what to do. (line art version)

    You've been asked to pay a bribe: Here's what to do. (line art version)

    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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  • Going on a business trip? (Overseas travel checklist)

    Going on a business trip? (Overseas travel checklist)

    This piece is famous for a reason! These simple to-do's prepare your international travelers how to be safe and ethical abroad, without getting mired in legal details. This checklist covers the trade control, cybersecurity, privacy, anticorruption,...

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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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  • This is a third party (definition version)

    This is a third party (definition version)

    The concept of government intermediaries can be complicated. Enable your employees to understand who "third parties" are and why they're important to identify. This piece lives between our simple graphic on uniformed third parties and our more complex...

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  • Hiring a new service provider?

    Hiring a new service provider?

    Quickly educate your team on how to avoid potential bribery when hiring outside providers who will be interacting with the government with this graphic piece. Statistically, if something's going to go wrong for you in the anticorruption space, it's...

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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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  • 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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  • We Play Fair: Anticorruption Basics (line art version)

    We Play Fair: Anticorruption Basics (line art version)

    Help employees understand how your anticorruption processes fit into the big picture with this overview infographic. Whether your anticorruption program is the pinnacle of best practices or just starting out, it’s critical that employees know how...

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  • Conflicts of Interest (line art version)

    Conflicts of Interest (line art version)

    Make sure your employees know what's a conflict of interest—and, just as important, what to do about it. It’s too easy for folks to just “go with their gut” about potential conflicts. This piece uses simple icons to explain when...

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  • Business Gratuities: What Can You Give/Receive?

    Business Gratuities: What Can You Give/Receive?

    Distill your gifts and entertainment policy into a handy chart—this one’s great for simpler policies. We made the gift-giving and -receiving process simple by breaking out what can be exchanged, what documentation or approval is needed, and...

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