Instead of having to set aside 30 minutes to more than an hour for a typical online compliance course, employees can learn about a topic in 5 to 10 minutes.
Custom instruction specific to your policies
Instead of learning about general principles about conflicts of interest, bribery, and other ethics and compliance topics, we provide you a game that is specific to your organization’s policies. While the games are highly interactive, they are text-based, which makes them easy to customize to your specific policies.
You can provide a short game to your employees on a different topic every couple of months. Researchers have found that short, periodic instruction on various topics can impact employee behavior and choices more than annual training on your entire code of conduct.
You can choose to either offer the games to employees with or without tracking their completion. You can make the games voluntary or you can track completion in our or your Learning Management System (“LMS”).
People love to learn, but they hate to be taught. With gaming, people enjoy the learning process as they play a game.
Available in multiple languages
Because the games are text-based, we can affordably translate and deliver them in multiple languages.
Your employees can play the game on either a computer, tablet, or smartphone.
Let us create and deliver a game for your employees on one of your policies. If you’re not satisfied, we’ll fully refund your money.
If you’re used to paying typical industry prices for online ethics and compliance training, you’ll be amazed at how affordable our learning games are.
We can create games on any workplace topic. Typical ethics and compliance topics include:
- Antitrust and Anti-Competitive Practices
- Anti-Corruption and Bribery (including US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and UK Bribery Act)
- Confidential Information
- Conflicts of Interest
- Dodd-Frank Act
- Environment, Health and Safety
- Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO):
- Ethical Leadership for Supervisors
- Export Controls and Anti-Boycotting Laws
- Fair Dealings
- Financial Integrity
- Fraud and Abuse
- Gifts and Favors
- Government Procurement
- Insider Trading
- Intellectual Property
- Outside Opportunities
- Record Management and Retention
- Reporting Ethical Concerns
- Sarbanes-Oxley Act
- Technology Use
- Use of Organization Property for Personal Use
To learn more, contact us.