BUSINESS GIFTS AND HOSPITALITY

$49.00

Exchanging gifts and showing hospitality is a perfectly normal part of doing business. It plays an important role in developing strong business relationships. In this area, an employee’s first obligation is to conduct himself or herself in a fair and impartial manner. He or she has a responsibility to not let gifts and business hospitality compromise, or even appear to compromise, his or her ethical standards against undue influence.

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Description

Description:
Exchanging gifts and showing hospitality is a perfectly normal part of doing business. It plays an important role in developing strong business relationships. In this area, an employee’s first obligation is to conduct himself or herself in a fair and impartial manner. He or she has a responsibility to not let gifts and business hospitality compromise, or even appear to compromise, his or her ethical standards against undue influence.

Objective:

  • Know the ethical responsibilities for appropriately giving or receiving gifts and hospitality.
  • Know the basic guidelines for giving and receiving gifts.
  • Understand ‘nominal value.’
  • Identify appropriate and inappropriate gifts.
  • Know the ‘Red Flags’ for identifying inappropriate gifts and hospitality.
  • Deal appropriately with gifts from suppliers.
  • Identify unusual gifts, entertainment, and preferred treatment.
  • Know the four ‘R’s’ for refusing a gift.
  • Understand cultural and international gift exchange issues.

Required Reading: “Gifts and Keep on Giving” by Mark S. Putnam

Length: 2 Hours

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