This event is now over and took place on Fri 08 Nov 2013
The law in relation to whistleblowing has recently undergone a number of important changes, which affect both the scope of potential liabilities faced by employers and the standards that will be applied to employees seeking the protection of the legislation.
Recent high profile controversies demonstrate the very profound risks faced by organisations that fail to create a culture of openness and responsiveness in relation to legitimate employee concerns. Equally, not all disclosures are made in the public interest. The legislation is often used for ulterior motives and at great cost.
This in-depth seminar is designed to provide delegates with a clear and practical understanding of the law.
Delegates will participate in practical workshops which will bridge the gap between theory and practice.
CPD points are available for this course.
Why choose this course?
Delegates will receive:
• A detailed and practical explanation of the law.
• Comprehensive notes and materials.
• A model whistleblowing policy.
• Step-by-step guidance in relation to investigating and addressing protected disclosures.
Who should attend?
• HR managers and directors.
• In-house counsel.
• CEOs and CFOs.
• Line managers and directors.
• Trustees and non-executive directors.
The Masterclass will cover the following issues:
• What is a protected disclosure?
• How should whistleblowing concerns be investigated and addressed?
• How can organizations effectively deal with vexatious complaints?
• What are the key components to an effective whistleblowing policy?
• How do you manage whistleblowing related proceedings?
• How do you guard against reputational damage?
£100 (excl. VAT). The price below is inclusive of VAT.
BWB, 2-6 Cannon St., London EC4M 6YH