Supply Chain Corruption: The Elephant In The Room

Earlier this month Omega hosted a webinar, in conjunction with the American Apparel and Footwear Association (AAFA), on the challenge of commercial corruption within supply chains. Omega described the risks brands and retailers are most exposed to and the necessary controls they should implement to mitigate them.

The Fraud Triangle: Helping Employees Remain Ethical

A common mistake made by supply chain executives is believing that associates are either corruptible or incorruptible. This is based on the mistaken notion that ‘good people’ are beyond reproach and misunderstands human nature.

Responsible Sourcing: How Do I Measure Success?

Responsible sourcing programs require significant investment in both time and dollars. How does your organization measure the success of its program should it be challenged by leadership or external stakeholders?

Supplier Loans: A Corruption Challenge

As codes of conduct become more established, suppliers and employees find new ways to circumvent the rules. Soft loans are now being offered by suppliers in place of traditional bribes.