100101 – Whistleblower Protections
Whistleblower Protections focuses on the importance of speaking up if an employee knows about or suspects improper or illegal conduct.
It ensures learners understand what whistleblower protections are and the types of reports that are covered. Learners are then provided with more detailed instruction on making a whistleblower report and utilizing available reporting methods and channels. The course also reinforces an organizational commitment to non-retaliation by ensuring that learners know how to recognize retaliation and what they should do if they witness or experience retaliation related to a whistleblower report.
This course includes branched role-specific content. Managers will learn about responding appropriately to whistleblower reports. Employees whose tasks include investigating whistleblower complaints will see content covering best practices during a whistleblower investigation. With our multiselect branching functionality, any learners who have both roles will see all appropriate contentAvailable in: Arabic | Chinese Simplified | Dutch | English | French | French Canadian | German | Italian | Japanese | Korean | Brazilian Portuguese | Russian | Spanish Castilian | Spanish Latin American
Key Terms: Acas | anonymity | anonymous | Citizens Advice | Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) | Competition Bureau | confidentiality | consumer protection | corruption | data privacy | EU Whistleblower Directive | Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) | financial crimes | fraud | good faith reporting | investigation | manager | money laundering | non-retaliation | Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) | product safety | public health | public safety | reporting | reporting channels | reports | reprisal | Sapin II Law | Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) | Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) | UK Whistleblower Protections | UN Convention Against Corruption | victimization