August 23, 2017

Interactive FCPA training for organizations operating globally

MANHATTAN BEACH, CA, August 23, 2017 – Traliant, a provider of interactive, online compliance training for the modern workforce, today announced the availability of a new Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption training course for employees of organizations doing business outside of the US.  

With a more globalized business environment comes an increased threat of bribery and corruption that can result in costly legal, financial and reputational damage. It is not uncommon for companies to pay millions in penalties for violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other anti-bribery laws.

“The increasing trend in FCPA enforcement highlights the need for strong anti-corruption training that focuses on employee awareness and behavior,” said Mike Pallatta, CEO of Traliant. “Our new Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption training will give organizations confidence that their employees can recognize the red flags of corruption and know how to respond and report misconduct wherever they see it.”

The new training course features bite-size episodes, covering bribery and corruption scenarios and their effect on organizations and individuals. A distinctive feature of Traliant’s training is the use of interactive videos with multiple endings, gamified exercises with engagement points and viewer mailbag and Twitter segments that address common questions.

Traliant’s Anti-Bribery/Anti-Corruption course covers these topics: 

Negative effects of bribery and corruption
Definition of bribery
Reasons for bribery
UK Bribery Act
Other bribery laws and regulations
Fines and penalties
Entities subject to bribery laws
Dealing with public officials
Anything of value
Gifts & entertainment
Facilitation payments
Taking a stand against bribery and corruption

To sign up for a free trial of the training, visit  Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption is the latest addition to Traliant’s training library. For information on our other courses, visit our Code of Conduct and Preventing Discrimination and Harassment (including AB 1825 and AB 2053 training) web pages.