Indicators of Bribery -
How One Organization Raised Awareness by 87%

Like many global organizations, CSR, a provider of silicon and software solutions for the electronics industries, faces increasing compliance challenges from regulations such as the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices ACT (FCPA) and the U.K. Bribery Act (UKBA). Working closely with SAI Global, CSR developed a learning program based on existing courseware that was designed to embed, communicate, and reinforce a zero tolerance stance on bribery and corruption with all employees across CSR's worldwide locations. The program utilized a proven approach based on improving knowledge and understanding, adjusting attitudes and opinions and ultimately modifying behaviors. Measured results of the program include:

  • 156% improvement in understanding of CSR's anti-bribery policies and procedures
  • 67% improvement in awareness of personal and company consequences related to bribery
  • 87% increase in ability to recognize indicators of bribery

The success of the program has also been measured in terms of attitudes, with 92% of employees agreeing that they are personally responsible for preventing bribery.

Through an award-winning partnership, SAI Global is proud to assist CSR achieve these results that are helping the organization mitigate their global bribery and corruption risks. If you would like to learn more about the specifics of the anti-bribery learning program at CSR and how they achieved these results, please click here to download the case study.

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