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International Fraud Awareness Week

Ethics Awareness Week

Nov. 11-17

The University System of Georgia (USG) and Georgia Southern University are committed to an ethical culture. Ethics Awareness reminds employees of our commitment to an ethical culture and our shared ethical values and expectations. It also serves as a reminder of how we incorporate ethical decision-making in all we do and how we are good stewards of the resources entrusted to us. Ethics Awareness brings awareness to ethics, reinforces the principles of recognizing the hard work of employees, and promotes our shared values. Our theme is the “SPIRIT of USG: Celebrating Our Ethical Culture”

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Ethics Week 2018 Daily Trivia Question

Q: Which of the following statements are true?

A. USG employees have an affirmative duty to report wrongdoing and unethical practices in a timely manner.
B. USG policy prohibits retaliation against those who report wrongdoing or assist with authorized investigations.
C. It is the policy of the USG to refer all criminal acts to law enforcement for investigation.
D. It is preferred that employees report wrongdoing to their immediate supervisors; however other reporting avenues are available to include the HR, Legal and Audit Departments; wrongdoing can also be reported confidentially on the Ethics & Compliance Reporting Hotline.
E. All of the above.

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