Anti-Bribery and Corruption: Can you spot it in your workplace?

In the UK anti-bribery and corruption are governed by the Bribery Act 2010. 

Bribery is defined as giving or receiving an unearned reward to influence someone’s behaviour while corruption is any improper or unlawful behaviour that seeks to gain an advantage through illegitimate means. 

Would you be able to spot bribery or corruption in your workplace? 

Take our quiz to find out


True or False

The Bribery Act is intended to make it significantly easier for enforcement agencies to bring successful prosecutions in respect of corruption offences committed at home in the UK and abroad.

True – This is why an anti-bribery policy is needed as it can help protect your business 

 A customer gives you a box of chocolates to be shared with your team as a thank you gift is it okay to accept 

Yes – If they’re not trying to coerce you into doing something unlawful that is fine 

Money or goods given to a public official to perform or speed up the performance of an existing duty do not amount to an offence of bribery 

False – A facilitation payment is a bribe and should be seen as such 

The maximum sentence for individuals found guilty of an offence of bribery is:
A) 3, B) 8, C), 10 years 

10 – Consequences for bribery are severe with a maximum penalty of 10 years imprisonment and unlimited fines for individuals 

Are ethical companies more profitable 

True – A report by the institute of business ethics found that companies with a code of ethics generated significantly more economic and market value add than those without


How many did you get right? Whether you got five out of five or none it’s important to stay up to date with anti-bribery and corruption legislation. 

To learn more about how you can prevent bribery and corruption in your business visit

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