Types of Violations

A situation where an employee puts his/her personal interests before the company's, and where such personal interests overly influence the employee's business judgments, decisions, or actions. These situations may include the employee’s close associates and friends. Example: Recruitment activities/referral conflicts, where an employee and a closely associated person work together/job conflicts, etc.
Bribery is the offering, promising, authorizing, giving, requesting, receiving, or accepting of anything of value, directly or indirectly, to or from anyone in the public or private sectors, as an inducement or reward for improperly performing their role. Corruption is an unethical act carried out to gain an advantage through illegitimate means.
Activities using money from illegal transactions and making it look like the money is obtained from legitimate sources.
Ethical violations that occur in the company and cause financial and/or reputational losses.
Any activities that violate applicable company policies and procedures.
Harassment is defined as negative behavior using any medium, including verbal, electronic, visual, gestural, written, graphical, or physical, that harasses, alarms, abuses, demeans, intimidates, belittles, humiliates, or embarrasses another person or creates a threatening work environment.
Theft is a general term covering a variety of specific types of stealing without the consent of the owner.
Extortion is an illegal act to collect money through intimidation conducted by the employees of a company.
The act of giving or receiving any form of something from an opposition party that owns the authority or responsibility related to public interest.
Other types of ethical violations that are not mentioned above.