Whistleblower Regulations and How Employers Must Ensure Compliance!

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Over the years, lawmakers have recognized the crucial service whistleblowers provide in holding organizations accountable for wrongdoing. As a result, many state and federal laws have been enacted to encourage whistleblowers as well as protect them from workplace retaliation. One such law is the Whistleblower Protection Act, which provides a way for federal employees to make disclosures of misconduct and to report instances of retaliation. Below, you’ll find an overview of the Whistleblower Protection Act and key points to consider if you are – or might be – a federal whistleblower.

With the focus in the political realm about whistleblower protections and controversy, it is a wonder that most Employers find themselves stuck or confused about how to handle employee relations issues which can turn into whistleblower claims, retaliatory claims or discrimination allegations.

It is now more important for Employers to understand the whistleblower regulations and the procedures needed to address the necessary guidelines to mitigate all the regulations and be compliant with all the regulations.

Since there are several types of Whistleblower regulations, the more Employers understand the criteria the better they can reduce their risk for violations.


LEARNING BENEFITS

.      Overview of the Whistleblower regulations

.    Types of Whistleblower Regulations

.    What policies can impact the Employer during allegations by Employers

.    New updates to the Whistleblower Regulations

.    US Whistleblower regulations and International Requirements

.    How will a hotline decrease Allegations and increase your risk management strategy?

.    What are the federal and state protections for Whistleblowers

.    What Ethics Programs Help reduce workplace allegations

.    Learn how to reduce whistleblower claims

.    How does confidentiality impact the whistleblower requirements

.    Can whistleblowers be anonymous?

.    What are the challenges for the whistleblower?

.    What are the monetary rewards for whistleblowers?

.    How does retaliation impact the Whistleblower regulations?

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

.  Business Owners, Company Leadership and Board of Directors (CFO, COO, CEO)
.  Federal Contractors
.  Department Heads
.  Human resources professionals
.  Compliance professionals
.  Payroll professionals
.  Managers/Supervisors & new and potential Managers
.  Office Managers responsible for HR responsibilities

.     HotlineCoordinators

.     Ethics and Compliance Officers








































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