Project Integrity collaboration in international supply chains
Corporate responsibility is expanding more and more to (international) supply chains. In order to achieve effective and sustainable change in close collaboration with stakeholders, especially suppliers, the project aims to put the concept of collective action into practice.
Project Integritiy Risks Monitor (IRM)
The Integrity Risks Monitor (IRM) is designed to help companies proactively establish integrity within their business by applying methods and techniques from the field of automated natural language processing to integrity research.
Project Responsible Management in Latin America
The aim of this research project is to describe the challenges facing companies in Latin America in the areas of human rights/working conditions, the environment and corruption using selected examples, and to show how companies actually implement responsible management in these three areas.
Project Export control for SMEs project
Sanctions and embargoes are a growing challenge for export-oriented Swiss SMEs. And yet some 62% of SMEs are unaware of whether their activities are subject to an export permit obligation. Guidelines that have been prepared as part of an Innosuisse project of HTW Chur provide clarity here.
Project Export control at internationally active Swiss SMEs
Switzerland is in favour of the free movement of goods. Nevertheless, the export of certain goods is subject to a permit. As part of this project, the 'Export control in a nutshell' guidelines for SMEs were developed with the objective of reducing export risks and meeting compliance criteria.
Within the framework of the project, an innovative, marketable training toolkit was developed to sensitise and train junior staff in corruption prevention.
Project Corruption – an unknown risk?
The goal of the research was to find out if and in what areas of compliance young professionals must be sensitised and trained to avoid legal and ethical violations.
Project Handling the risks of corruption successfully
The project analysed the challenges facing Swiss companies with regard to corruption abroad.
Project Internal reporting systems of Swiss businesses
Within the scope of this project, the determinants for a successful implementation and execution of in-house whistleblower reporting systems are being examined. The identified successful practices form the base of a practical manual and a workshop concept along with associated methodical material.