Anti Bribery and Corruption Policy

Anti-bribery and Corruption Policy

Why do employers need policies and procedures?

It is important for employers to have a suite of properly drafted and compliant workplace policies and procedures because they provide a road map for day-to-day operations, ensure compliance with legislation and regulations, give guidance for decision-making, and streamline internal processes. Further, professionally drafted policies provide a clear and certain framework that eliminates discrimination, promotes best practice, improves staff communication and expresses the organisation’s vision.

Do I need a lawyer to draft my policies and procedures?

No, but as a law firm, we work closely with our clients auditing their policies and procedures on an annual basis or when there has been a significant change in the law. As such our clients can feel confident that their policies and procedures give them the greatest flexibility and protection in the event of any dispute.

How can EPR law help?

EPR Law will draft for you an anti-bribery and corruption policy document that sets out, in clear terms, your organisation’s stance on how it will deal with instances of bribery and corruption. The policy will be compliant with current legislation and will include the following:

  1. Definitions of bribery and corruption;
  2. The legal position on bribery;
  3. The indicators of bribery and corruption;
  4. Areas of specific risk;
  5. Local circumstances;
  6. Exceptional circumstances;
  7. Risk assessment;
  8. Records;
  9. Monitoring.

For more information about staff handbooks or if you require an anti-bribery and coruption policy contact EPR Law today

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