The french law of December 9, 2016 on transparency, the fight against corruption and the modernization of economic life, known as “Loi Sapin II”, aims to strengthen French legislation in this area. It came into effect on June 1, 2017 and has had its prerogatives extended since January 1, 2018.
This text was drafted in particular to bring the law to the same level as the international legislation (FCP American and the British Bribery Act). The scope applies to companies with more than 500 employees with at least 100 million euros of turnover and subsidiaries whose parent company meets these criteria.
The french law specifically targets company managers and sales managers, including presidents, general managers, managers and members of the executive board for the private law company. The law is articulated around eight fundamental pillars that provide a framework for companies and those wishing to comply. One of the pillars covers the obligation of training employees.
This module “Awareness Law Sapin 2 Anti-corruption” in e-learning, allows you to meet this obligation. In less than 30 minutes, it addresses the key principles of regulation, concrete cases and good habits to adopt.