Code of Conduct Training
90% Positivity Score
55,000+ Learner Ratings
You don’t have to be a pirate to have a code. To keep any organization ship shape, teams follow a set of expectations that build honest and ethical habits and behaviors. Configure your own Code of Conduct training for employees that speaks directly to your team like it’s Talk Like a Pirate Day.
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What’s covered in our Code of Conduct training?
This course consists of 2-5 minute microlessons that cover key topics regularly covered in a Code of Conduct, with a library of 25 available topics to create the training tailored to your organization.
- 35 minutes
- 25 Training modules to choose from
- Additional languages available
- Customize content
- Created with U.S.-based tech companies in mind
- Deliver via Ethena’s LMS or your LMS solution
- Introduction to Code of Conduct
- Conflicts of Interest
- Gifts, Travel & Entertainment
- Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
- Fair Dealing
- Insider Trading
- Confidential Information & Safeguarding Assets
- Information Security & Cybersecurity
Additional Topics Available
- Anti-Money Laundering & Customer Due Diligence
- Books and Records
- Competition & Antitrust
- Corporate Opportunities
- Data Privacy
- Equal Employment Opportunity
- Government Interactions
- Harassment, Discrimination, & Bullying
- Health & Safety
- Intellectual Property
- Political Activities
- Social Media Communications
- Substance Abuse & Weapons
Why train your teams on Code of Conduct?
A Code of Conduct or Ethics can serve as the North Star for policies, values and more, but as companies grow and scale, it can be hard to provide their teams with an easily digestible version of their policies and procedures. With our Code of Conduct training, not only do employees enjoy the content, administrators know their teams have come in contact with the compliance and ethics topics most important to the organization.
U.S. law generally requires public companies to maintain a code of ethics — something the DOJ is keeping an eye on. They’re not the only ones: SaaS companies seeking SOC II certification are typically required to have a Code of Conduct.
Some industries get a little more regulation than others – looking at you banking and fintech. Provide your teams the baseline knowledge needed to meet regulation standards important to your organization and industry.
Ethics is more than good behavior
Signal to your team, shareholders, and customers that your organization cares about honest and ethical behavior, with Code of Conduct training made for modern teams and their concerns.