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BAE Systems, Inc. 2014 Annual Ethics Awareness Training - Español

BAE Systems, Inc. 2014 Annual Ethics Awareness Training - Español

Employee Perspective

We are again calling on managers to lead their teams in a group discussion. Managers, please be sure to look for sector-specific guidance from your Local Ethics officer or Sector Ethics Director. If you are preparing to facilitate a training session, begin by reading the Facilitator Guide.

Introduction Chertoff

Introduction by BAE Systems Inc. Chairman, Michael Chertoff

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Geographic Implications

In The Know

It's Just Golf

 
 
 
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Social Network

Surprise Visit

 
 
 
 

 

 
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Supervisor Perspective

Responsible behavior - speaking up for what is right

We are again calling on managers to lead their teams in a group discussion. Managers, please be sure to look for sector-specific guidance from your Local Ethics officer or Sector Ethics Director. If you are preparing to facilitate a training session, begin by reading the Facilitator Guide.

Introduction Chertoff

Introduction by BAE Systems Inc. Chairman, Michael Chertoff

Supervisor Perspective_Geographic Implication Supervisor Perspective_In The Know Supervisor Perspective_It's Just Golf

Geographic Implications

In The Know

It's Just Golf

 
 
 
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Social Network

Surprise Visit

 
 
 
 

 

 
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Frequently asked questions

Q: How do we record training completions?

A: Employees who have access to iLearn@BAESystems can acknowledge their attendance by clicking the acknowledgement process for course ET214H. Training facilitators can also request employees sign the sign-in sheet at the training session.  Please note the facilitator will be required to: 

Please Note: Only one signature sheet can be submitted per case file.

For employees located in the United Kingdom, Sweden, or South Africa please contact your local ethics officer for recording your training completion.

 

Q: I have some direct reports who cannot attend my session in person. What should we do?

A: When an employee is unable to take the training with his or her own manager, it is acceptable for that employee to participate in any other in-person session, even if it's with a manager in a different department, and even if it's with employees at another INC sector.  Because the workshop is centered on group discussions, remote participation is not recommended, but it is permissible to do so.

 

Q: Will I receive training credit when I facilitate my employee's sessions, or is credit given only when I attend the training facilitated by my manager?

A: Either before or after you conduct your employee's sessions, you should attend the training provided by your manager, if possible. However, training credit is given when you attend or facilitate the training.

 

Q: Who must take the training?

A: We take ethics training in order to help build a better and more positive culture. We hope that everyone will take the training, but not everyone "must".

Complete training requirements are available by clicking this link.

 

Q: How do I conduct training for my remote employees?

A: AT&T Connect is a good tool to use when training employees located remotely.  Instructions to conduct the training using AT&T Connect can be found here.  In addition information that should be included in the e-mail invite can be found here.