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Reporting and Retaliation: News Story Video

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Reporting and Retaliation: MyReport Video

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At a Glance

Course length: 
Varies
Course type:
Full Length Course
Category: 
Conduct Training
Regulations: 
SOX - Sarbanes Oxley Act, EEO - Equal Employment Opportunity Act, Dodd-Frank
Audience: 
Managers, Employees
Topic: 
Speaking Up & Reporting
Format: 
Video

More than 40 federal laws and many more state laws extend protections to whistleblowers. Highly publicized whistleblowing protections and benefits, like those available under Dodd-Frank legislation, have created an increased need for organizations to educate their employees and managers about how to best resolve complaints. The employee version of the Whistleblowing, Reporting & Retaliation course is specifically designed to build trust in the organization’s internal reporting procedures.

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Course Details

  • Employees
  • Managers
Employees

The employee version of the Whistleblowing, Reporting & Retaliation course is specifically designed to build trust in the organization's internal reporting procedures.

Key Concepts Covered in This Course:30 min

Obligation to understand and comply with policies

Benefits of complying with the law and policy

Importance of internal reporting about suspected misconduct

Negative consequences from failing to make a report

Types of suspected misconduct that should be reported

Policy against retaliation

Importance of asking questions and seeking advice

Managers

This course is specifically designed to help managers learn how to spot issues and respond properly to complaints, avoid behaviors that create an increased risk of retaliation claims and help protect the organization's culture and reputation.

Key Concepts Covered in This Course:50 min

Covers content included in the employee version of the course

Importance of making an immediate internal report

Negative consequences from failing to make a report

Strict prohibition of retaliation

Creating an environment that is receptive to reports

Knowing when to escalate a complaint to an internal resource

Manager's role in an internal investigation

Tips for preventing and addressing suspected retaliation

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In this interactive, simulated news experience, learners review the importance of understanding which resources are available to help in instances of suspected misconduct, the use of an ethics hotline when employees are uncomfortable reporting concerns to their manager or HR, prohibition against retaliation, and the importance of asking questions, and reporting concerns and potential violations internally

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