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Help your staff spot fraud, bribery and modern day slavery with FREE ethics training from CIPS

7 Sep 2017 By Advertising feature

Find out how having professionally trained buyers in your supply chain can mitigate corporate governance risks

Protect your staff and your company’s brand reputation from fraud, bribery and modern day slavery with free ethics training from the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS), and find out how having professionally trained buyers in your supply chain can alleviate these risks.

Having a having a reliable brand name and reputation goes a long way to being seen as an employer of choice and can help attract the right talent. However, when mistakes in your supply chain happen it can be costly to your business, and most importantly to your brand reputation.

Incidents such as the horse meat scandal, Rana Plaza and Kozee Sleep have left the companies involved spending millions on damage management to protect and improve their brand reputations. To prevent further incidents occurring, they are now investing in professional training for their procurement and supply staff. CIPS has been working with these companies to upskill their buyers and have produced an ethics e-learning training pack for those on the periphery of the supply chain to raise awareness of potential fraud, bribery and modern slavery acts. Find out how CIPS can help your teams and benefit from our free ethics training.

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