The University of Sheffield is committed to applying the highest standards of conduct and integrity in its business activities in the UK and overseas and as such does not tolerate bribery.
A bribe is a financial advantage or other reward that is offered to, given to, or received by an individual or company to induce or influence that individual or company to perform public or corporate functions or duties improperly.
Applies to employees, officers, agents, consultants, workers, and any other persons or companies acting for or on behalf of the University.
- Employees and others (officers, agents, consultants, or any other persons or companies) acting for or on behalf of the University shall not make, solicit or receive any bribes or unauthorised payments.
- The success of the University’s anti-bribery approach depends on all employees and those acting for the University playing their part in helping to detect and eradicate any potential for bribery.
How the University supports this:
- Financial Regulations: Inducements, Bribery, Fraud and Corruption
- How finance works ... at the University: Fraud, bribery and whistle blowing
- Public Interest Disclosure policy
What to do next:
For further information about the systems in place to help prevent and eliminate bribery, please see the links above.
Mr Tony Pedder, OBE, Chair of Council