There is a campaign to develop whistleblowing law to protect a broader range of disclosures and people. Why is the existing protection unsatisfactory? And what does this mean for relevant policies? We will explore likely developments, particularly the move towards a ‘speak up’ culture and the key elements required to achieve this.
- Whistleblowing: the problems in practice (stigma, complexity, limited protection)
- Legal compliance v business ethics approach
- Implications for policy writing
- Creating a ‘speak up’ culture
- Practical suggestions from real-life examples.
Our interactive, virtual format allows delegates to have mini-discussions in break-out rooms as well as provide an opportunity for active participation. Please note this session will not be recorded.
The price per delegate for each half-day session is £75.00 plus VAT. Reserve one place at two courses for £140 plus VAT or all three courses for £200.00 plus VAT.
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This year’s virtual HRLaw training programme also includes:
Tuesday 18 May: Termination of employment: protecting reputations and confidential information
Thursday 17 June: Third party harassment: what is this and how to respond effectively
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