The First Rule Of Corporate Compliance Training

…Is: The correct answer is not, as one might think, the right (ethically, morally, etc.) one, but instead the one that will end up costing the Company the least amount of money in court proceedings.
Keeping this rule and its close cousins (“When in doubt, the snitchy answer is best” and “Reprisals aren’t real and, besides, even if they were, the Ethics office will handle your case in a straight-ahead fashion that guarantees you fair treatment”) in mind and you will pass any training quizzes with flying colors.
Or maybe I’m just a cynic.

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