Modernizing a Code of Conduct: What to Include

A well-drafted code of conduct can address employees’ most pressing ethics and compliance questions and help to communicate the company’s values. On the flipside, a code that lacks the information truly relevant to employees is a missed opportunity and one that is overly dense or hard to navigate can keep employees from finding what they need. The Anti-Corruption Report spoke with compliance professionals from a wide variety of companies as well as outside vendors about how to strike the right balance. This third article in our series discusses the meat of the code: what should be included, what each section should look like, what techniques a company can use to highlight information and more. Previous articles discussed what to consider before drafting and choosing a medium and creating content.

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