Anti-Bribery Sorted: New mobile game helps corporates combat corruption
Learning Provider of the Year, Sponge, launches training to ensure employee compliance with anti-bribery legislation
Learning Provider of the Year, Sponge, launches Anti-Bribery Sorted, an engaging training game, based on the UK Bribery Act 2010 and international principles, to help organisations combat corruption and protect corporate reputation. The game is the third in the ‘Sorted’ series of off-the-shelf compliance training solutions - following GDPR Sorted and Cybersecurity Sorted – for the ‘seriously creative’ digital learning provider.
Designed for workers in commercial organisations across all industry sectors, Anti-Bribery Sorted is a fast-paced mobile game that provides learners with a basic knowledge of bribery prevention. Available via licence agreement, or as a self-hosted model, prices start from as little as £X per user per year.
Bribery is on the increase; 49% of respondents to PwC’s global survey said their companies had been victims of fraud or economic crime in 2017, up from 36% on the previous year. But businesses that can demonstrate adequate procedures to prevent persons associated with the company, i.e. employees and third parties, from bribery have a legal defence against section seven of UK’s Bribery Act 2010.
“Our existing client-base – some of the world’s largest brands - have highlighted a demand for training to address bribery across the globe. With Anti-Bribery Sorted we’ve combined our credentials delivering bespoke compliance training for major brands such as AstraZeneca, Tesco and UK manufacturer of household appliances with our experience in learning games working with the likes of GSK, Coca-Cola and Yum! Brands. The third in the series of our off-the-shelf training games enables us to roll-out our digital learning expertise to a wider audience of L&D, compliance, finance, procurement and legal professionals.“ Anti-Bribery Sorted covers who bribery laws and regulations apply to, as well as the consequences of committing bribery. Employees learn what constitutes a bribe, how to identify high risk scenarios and measures for preventing bribery, including techniques for refusing a bribe. The training instils desired behaviours in employees via built-in rewards and ongoing feedback. It presents learners with real-world scenarios where bribery could take place alongside everyday low risk situations in a fun and visually compelling way.
Using familiar mobile gaming and app mechanics, such as swipe yes/no actions, users are expected to select the ‘right’ answer out of two possible options. Learners work their way up through the five levels of the building, collecting stars to rise through the ranks.
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Learning & Performance Institute (LPI) Learning Provider of the Year at the Learning Awards 2019
Licence agreement available in three pricing structures - basic up to 1,000 users, premium between 1,000 to 5,000 users and enterprise model over 5,000 users
Based on enterprise licence model of 10,000 users