Hilarious animated ethics & compliance commercials


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The good things in life: Food. Friends. And compliance videos.

A series of super short, outlandish videos that connect to policies directly from your code of conduct (we can help). Or choose our standard topics made famous by the federal government.

Use as meeting openers, embed on your intranet, liven up an eLearning module, attach them to a newsletter, send a stand alone policy awareness email, or stack them together for a delicious compliance sandwich.

Topics include Confidential Information, Security Awareness, FCPA, Harassment, Taking Time Off, Expensing, Falsifying Calls, and on and on.

Created in partnership with a Fortune 500 consumer goods company and vetted by their legal team.

How it works.

  • Step 1 - Review Videos
  • Step 2 - Select Policies
  • Step 3 - Choose Level of Customization
  • Step 4 - Pick Distribution Method
  • Scroll down to watch all 8 videos and see which ones makes sense for your company. You may license one or the entire library. Yes, this counts as "work."

  • Each video has been designed to work with a variety of topics. Browse the policies next to the video by clicking on the topic. If there's not a topic that suits your needs, get in touch. We might be able to make a connection.

  • If you love the video "as is," email us and we'll hook you up.  Then send it out and feel the rush. Or get us three things: your logo; language from your code; a "fun fact." We'll tailor a video to fit your company like a hand in a glove.

  • Floppy discs aside, tell us how you'll deliver these and we'll work with you to get the file type and size you need. "As Is" option gets an embed code only.

  • GAME SHOW: Clark asks his boss to go watch his kid’s school play. The answer is put into the hands of the "wheel of time off."
  • • Taking Time Off

    Employees are often confused about how much time they get off for school events, family care or injury. Employees are responsible for knowing your company’s policies. This clip will help your team understand that the employee handbook or an HR representative can clear up any “guessing game” they might be making concerning a company policy.

  • • Reporting Time Correctly

    Employees often juggle whether to label their time off as sick time, personal time, vacation, family care, etc. Use this ludicrous clip to set the stage for a frank conversation with your team about accurately reporting their time off.

  • SCUBA: Clark reports on the sales call he just completed… while out on his boat preparing to go scuba diving.
  • • Falsifying Calls

    Falsely claiming to make a sales call might seem like a white lie in the moment, but it severely compromises the lifeblood of a business and will break down the professional bonds of trust. Use this funny scene to broach what might be a “turn a blind eye” practice among your sales force.

  • • Honesty and Integrity

    Sick days when healthy. Business trips filled with more relaxation than work. Employees sometimes get lax in filling their work hours with actual “work.” It’s important, however, for team members to be honest about how they use their time during work hours so company goals get met. Use this ridiculous clip to get your employees thinking about how they use their time and reporting it accurately.

  • • Write Offs

    No matter a company’s vacation policy, employees will often seek out ways to either mix business with pleasure or creatively label their time and draw from expense accounts. This scene can help kick off a conversation about your company’s policy and encourage employees to clearly and correctly label their time and expenses on and off the clock.

  • • Disclosing Corruption

    There are times we would rather not come clean about what’s actually going on. When it comes to foreign bribery or corruption, however, it’s in the company’s best interest to voluntarily disclose such activities because law enforcement has historically shown leniency in such situations. Use this silly scene to encourage your team to be proactive in pursuing honest business practices.

  • • Conflicts of Interest

    Judgment is one of your most valuable assets. You should avoid any activity, interest or association that conflicts with the Company’s legitimate business interests or appears to compromise your objectivity or use of independent judgment in conducting business for or with the Company.

  • BALLET: Clark’s enthusiasm gets out of hand when he attends his daughter’s ballet performance.
  • • Workplace Conduct

    Just as facepaint and taunting isn’t appropriate at a ballet, there are certain behaviors and activities an employee needs to leave outside the workplace. What’s perfectly acceptable in the home or at the ballpark can cause tremendous problems inside the office. Use this hilarious scene to kick start a conversation with your team about appropriate workplace conduct.

  • • Verbal Harassment

    Not everyone receives verbal communication the same. There can often be a disconnect between the intention behind a speaker’s words and what someone hears. In fact, the reactions to the very same message can vary wildly between people -- what one person considers hilarious could verbally harass another. Lighten the mood by using this funny scene to begin a conversation with employees about verbal harassment.

  • • Conflict of Interest

    Though easy to identify from the outside, conflict of interest can often be difficult for an employee to understand when they are caught in the middle of it. Use Clark’s clearly conflicted interest in this clip to help your team navigate these unique waters.

  • ER: Even though Clark is only the ER receptionist, it doesn’t prevent him from diagnosing all the patients… incorrectly.
  • • Reporting and Assessing Incidents

    Paperwork might get tedious, but that doesn’t mean it should be handled sloppily, or even worse, with inaccurate information. This clip can help you have a clear conversation with employees about the importance of clearly and accurately reporting and assessing incidents they may encounter.

  • • Honesty

    While few people enjoy looking ignorant, it’s far better to admit having no knowledge of something rather than pretending to know, or even worse, claim to be an expert. Use this scene to encourage your team to create a culture of honesty and integrity by being honest (upfront, truthful?) about what they do and don’t know.

  • • Harassment, Inappropriate Behavior

    While everyone loves a good joke, office pranks can sometimes get out of hand. Especially when they cause stressful embarrassment, touch on political incorrectness or risk personal injury or destruction of property. Use this clip to show how Clark’s lame attempts to make a joke could lead to disastrous consequences.

  • • Medical Confidentiality

    HIPPA laws have made employee’s health and medical needs strictly confidential in the workplace. This ridiculous clip can be used to remind your team about the importance of protecting any and all medical information about themselves or fellow employees.

  • • Third Party Bribery and Corruption Liability

    Even if your employees are not directly involved with foreign bribery and corruption, they could still be liable for the illegal actions of third party vendors. The anti-bribery provisions prohibit not only direct payments to a “foreign official” to “obtain or retain business,” but also payments to “any person” (such as a third-party) “while knowing that all or a portion of such money or thing of value” will be provided to a “foreign official.” Use this clip to remind them of their responsibility since they don’t want to be like a Doctor held liable for Clark’s idiocy.

  • • FCPA - Expedite Services

    Use this ridiculous clip to make it clear to your employees that expediting foreign service with bribery is okay as long as all parties are aware and understand the intent.

  • PILOT: Co-pilot Clark ignores every blatant warning he’s given about an impending crash.
  • • Ignoring Red Flags

    Employees ignore warning signs concerning poor decisions or potential improprieties for a myriad reasons, like fear of questioning superiors, embarrassment, or jeopardizing relationships and sales. This outrageous clip will help your team understand that they are still responsible for both respectfully questioning suspect decisions as well as reporting ethical or moral irregularities that could damage the company, no matter their potential discomfort.

  • • Managing Employees

    While micro-managing rarely produces the results you seek, letting employees “fly solo” without regular check-ins can lead to a colossal failure. Use this clip to prompt managers to regularly touch base with their team in order to prevent any project or situation from reaching a point of no return.

  • • Foreign Corruption

    Working with foreign companies and governments can naturally create miscommunications due to cultural and legal differences. But what if you suspect illegal behavior? The anti-bribery provisions further state: “When knowledge of the existence of a particular circumstance is required for an offense, such knowledge is established if a person is aware of a high probability of the existence of such circumstance, unless the person actually believes that such circumstance does not exist.” Use this clip to encourage employees to ask questions and not simply turn a blind eye to what’s going on around them.

  • PHOTOBOMB: Clark is so focused on getting the perfect photo, he’s oblivious to what’s happening in the background.
  • • Social Media

    To post or not to post? That burning question needs to pop up in an employee’s mind rather than blindly posting anything they capture on camera. This maxim especially holds true in business settings (conferences, trips, etc.) since they will be held responsible for what’s in the background and not just whether their smile’s in focus. This scene will help reinforce the spirit and letter of your company’s social media policy with your team.

  • • Privacy

    In a world that increasingly demands anything and everything can be shared with the world on social media, it’s important to clearly define the word “private” for your team. This silly scene can open that discussion about what is appropriate to share with colleagues and the company at large as well as what workplace information should always be kept private.

  • • Foreign Bribery and Corruption

    An employee cannot use ignorance of foreign bribery and corruption laws as cover should they come under investigation. The anti-bribery provisions state:  “When knowledge of the existence of a particular circumstance is required for an offense, such knowledge is established if a person is aware of a high probability of the existence of such circumstance, unless the person actually believes that such circumstance does not exist.” Use this scene to encourage your team to be alert since ignorance might not be so blissful.

  • • Security Awareness

    We spend considerable resources to develop and maintain assets used for the company’s business. We each have a responsibility to comply with all procedures that protect the value of the company's assets, including physical assets, information, company brands, and its name and reputation.

    Proprietary information is another valuable company asset and includes internal and external communication; digital information stored on laptops, handhelds, wearables, desktops, servers, backups, and portable storage devices; and hard copy documents, verbal discussions, and interactions via social media channels.

  • ASTRONAUT: Clark is going to be the first man on Mars… until he misses the shuttle launch.
  • • Timely Reporting

    Forms, reports and the like are a vital part of running every company. The devastating effect a delay in turning in receipts, reports, logs, etc. can have upon the health of a company might seem drastically out of proportion with the “crime,” but it is nonetheless real because accurate, up to date information is necessary for proper decision-making and public company disclosures. Use this funny scene to reinforce the importance of timely delivery what might be perceived by employees as “busy work.”

  • • Time Management

    Some people turn their inability to effectively manage time into a big joke, trying to defuse the negative effect of their tardiness. Whether it’s consistently rolling into work late, missing project deadlines or simply making everyone in a meeting wait for their arrival, there’s a very real monetary and morale cost incurred by the “laggies” on staff. Use this scene to reiterate the importance of time management with your team.

  • • Leading By Example

    Unfortunately, human nature often seduces management into taking a superior attitude toward the members on their team, as if their needs and suggestions are beneath consideration. Use this clip to challenge your management team, reminding them that pride often precedes an embarrassing fall.

  • FLOWERS: Clark decides to deliver an important message to his girlfriend in an extremely unorthodox -- and public -- manner.
  • • The Right Way to Deliver a Message

    With the proliferation of communication methods (text, email, Facebook post… does anyone other than telemarketers actually call anymore?), it’s imperative to wisely choose which form you use when conducting business. What might be a perfectly acceptable channel for updating friends could prove devastating for an upcoming IPO announcement. Help your employees discover the company’s preferred communication channels with this outrageous break-up scenario.

  • • Social Media Etiquette

    Not all messages, especially those pertaining to business, should be communicated through the wild wild west of social media. This scene can start a company conversation about the proper business when, where, how and who of social media.

  • • Confidentiality

    With the cultural push to share more and more with friends and colleagues (especially via social media), it is becoming increasingly difficult for employees to fully comprehend the word “confidential” -- is it just between us, co-workers, my family or my Twitter feed? Use this scene to clearly establish your company’s parameters around confidential information.

  • • Privacy

    Working side-by-side with people day in, day out can often blur the lines between personal and private. Use this clip to help over-sharing employees understand what types of things they should keep personal and separate from the workplace.

  • • Information Security

    With cyber-theft on the rise, it’s imperative for employees to protect sensitive company information from being intercepted both in public and online. This clip helps make the case for transmitting private, sensitive information via a secure form of communication.

  • • Disclosing Foreign Bribery or Corruption

    We naturally want to turn a blind eye to any foreign bribery or corruption that might be taking place in your company. To do so, however, could prove devastating. According to the FCPA, government agencies show tremendous leniency to companies that voluntarily disclose any bribery or corruption. Use this clip to encourage employees not to delay in reporting any such behavior, even though it might be awkward.