Pursuant to the Directive of the European Parliament and of the (EU) Council, entrepreneurs employing more than 50 employees, should implement anonymous channels for reporting irregularities in the organization, as well as adopt appropriate mechanisms that will ensure protection of the reporting persons (so-called whistleblowers) against retaliation.
How to efficiently implement the whistleblowing system? What elements should it contain? How to avoid the risks related to the implementation of such system?
On the 16th of December 2020, during the free webinar, we will discuss all the details of the implementation of the whistleblowing system in the company.
To receive an access link to the online training, please fill out the form available at: https://bit.ly/3797KZ8
- Whistleblowing – why is it worth implementing now?
- Steps to implement a whistleblowing system
- Key elements of a whistleblowing system
- Who and why should be involved in implementing whistleblowing
- Watch out for mines – what could go wrong?
- Practical examples, real case studies
- Revision of the EU Whistleblower Protection Directive
- Comparison with the Polish legal framework
- Practical implications of the directive and international best practices
The webinar will be hosted by:
Beata Baran, Ph.D., legal advisor at the BKB Baran Książek Bigaj Law Firm, specialist in labour law and compliance with particular emphasis on whistleblowing and internal explanatory proceedings.
Jan Tadeusz Stappers LL.M., lawyer and senior manager at WhistleB, a leading provider of professional whistleblowing systems, belonging to NAVEX Global.
Participation in the event is free of charge. The order of applications decides about the registration.