The training was held in two sessions: a morning session in English language for expatriate associates, and a Thai-language session in the afternoon.
The anti-bribery and corruption training was held with the objective of educating Laguna Phuket associates on an overview of anti-bribery and corruption, LRH’s “zero-tolerance” anti-corruption policies and corruption-related red flags.
The training is also in compliance with the Thai government’s anti-corruption policies and the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) measures against bribery and corruption.
There was a post-training test to evaluate participants’ knowledge. The test results will be recorded for future reference.
In November 2017, LRH signed the declaration to join Thailand’s Private Sector Collective Action Coalition Against Corruption (CAC). The training is part of LRH’s self-evaluation tool and supporting evidence as required by CAC.