Yes, that is an excellent initiative. I will accept the laptop and use it when I work from home.
No, I already have a laptop and request the supplier to give me a 50% discount on an iMac instead.
No, I would tell the supplier that I cannot accept any gifts from suppliers that I am negotiating contracts with.
Yes, an excellent idea.
No. You failed to observe the EnterCode ethical guidelines. Also you failed to identify the customer according to Anti Money Laundering requirements and did not perform a creditworthiness check to establish if the customer was creditworthy and able to handle the credit.
No, you always need to check at least the mail address to ensure that the statement can be sent to the right place.
I immediately call the customer and ask him if he is involved in money laundering and let him know that money laundering is against the law.
I contact my AML officer and use the reporting template that can be found on our intranet. I know that we cannot talk to the customer about our suspicion on money laundering.
I do nothing as there must be somebody else who noticed the same thing earlier, this customer has always behaved in a suspicious way.
I immediately tell the EnterCard colleagues that they cannot discuss confidential information in public spaces and tell them to read the information on Confidentiality and Inside Information on our intranet before taking any further action.
I immediately call my bank and place a large order on parent company shares as I know that the new deal will have a positive impact on the price of the shares.
I do nothing as they are employees of EnterCard and entitled to have full information on everything and share it with colleagues.
As long as somebody else is paying for the trip it is ok. EnterCard will not have any objections, so you accept that the arranging company pays all bills. What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.
It is never OK to accept invitations from suppliers whatever circumstances.
Make sure that the trip is has a justified purpose and that your manager consents to the trip. Then you arrange the flights and hotel. Your friend makes and pays for his/her own travel arrangements.
Never, it's not in my role description to report my colleagues.
Sometimes, depending on who it concerns.
I should always consider raising a concern and consulting my manager or compliance officer.
Yes, we must support people in need.
No, we should only accept customers with payment remarks.
No, we have an obligation to act as a responsible lender and establish the customer’s credit worthiness.
There are no restrictions provided that we do not try to influence the customer to buy anything.
I need to follow our internal guidelines on arrangements and in doubt ask for advice from management our my compliance officer.
Of course! Last year I arranged a “conference” on a beach in Thailand with some of our customers.
It is the responsibility of every EnterCard employee to familiarise themselves with the rules that apply to their daily tasks.
I do not know and do not care, it cannot possibly be my responsibility as I am no lawyer. Talk to legal.
It's the compliance officers job to keep us from harm.
Say thank you and invite your friend to a party.
Politely refuse to accept the gift as it is against company policy and would put you in an awkward position the next time the customer needs help.
Nothing, I have done nothing wrong as I did not request the gift.
Our strength is to help others.
We work together to be strong.
We use our strength to help others.
Find an available network plug and attach their computer to our internal network.
Provide access to Internet by connecting the PC to our wireless guest network.
I will just let them use my PC, to spend the time most efficiently.
Donate part of my salary to charity.
Sign up/register for the activities that EC has decided on.
Train my son or daughter’s soccer team.