Integrity Interactive CreatesNew Corporate Citizenship Course

Monday, August 1, 2005 - 01:00

Integrity Interactive, a leading provider of web-based corporate ethics and compliance services, has announced its new Corporate Citizenship course covering the principles of good citizenship wherever a company does business in the world. This latest course identifies what it means to be a corporate citizen and addresses key "corporate citizenship" issues including fair working conditions, bribes, gifts and entertainment, human rights, and third party associations.

"A growing number of global companies are doing more to operate their businesses in a manner that is sustainable - economically, socially, and environmentally," said Kirk Jordan, vice president, Integrity Research, Integrity Interactive Corporation. "These companies view their commitment to the principles of corporate citizenship as an important element of who they are, why employees choose to work there, and why customers choose to do business with them. Integrity's new Corporate Citizenship course is an effective way for companies who share this philosophy to demonstrate their commitment to their stockholders, employees, customers, and suppliers."

Designed to be a 30- to 40-minute experience, the Corporate Citizenship course is built around Integrity Interactive's signature interactive stories. It contains the legal and compliance content that employees must be aware of to help understand and fulfill the company's commitment to the corporate citizenship principles.

For more information, visit integrity-interactivity.com.