What is meant by corruption prevention?
Corruption prevention is classically understood as the prevention and avoidance of corruption. The term corruption refers to the abuse of public or private power for personal gain or enrichment. Corruption prevention therefore encompasses all measures and strategies aimed at preventing, reducing or combating corruption when it should already be underway. We are there for you with our many years of experience and our experts, and we also act in an advisory capacity, so that corruption has no chance right from the start and cannot gain a foothold in your company in the first place.
Corruption prevention measures that we warmly recommend and that also distinguish our repertoire include, for example, the introduction of transparent procedures and rules for decision-making processes, improving the culture of integrity in companies and public authorities, and training and sensitizing employees to the issue of corruption. A vigilant workforce that actively keeps an eye on this issue and is enlightened in all areas usually does not give corruption processes the chance to unfold in the first place. Strengthening the independence and impartiality of control and monitoring bodies and effective prosecution of corruption cases by judicial and law enforcement authorities are also important elements of corruption prevention. Good networking to these pathways is also a great advantage.
Effective corruption prevention is important to maintain the integrity of institutions, organizations and companies and to strengthen public trust in them. If you are well positioned here, you can declare war on corruption in advance, ward it off effectively and successfully keep it away from your company.