Guidance for those looking to develop a whistleblowing policy for the first time
In its simplest form whistleblowing concerns identifying and raising serious issues or concerns, usually at work, however the reality of whistleblowing is anything but simple; whistleblowing legislation is complex, and the act of whistleblowing can have extremely serious implications for all concerned.
This introductory webinar sets out the basic guidance for those looking to develop a whistleblowing policy for the first time, making it ideal for practice managers, partners and those thinking of setting up their own firm.
Taking account of and signposting to the various governmental, regulatory and charitable organisations that operate in this area, regulatory consultant Katie Jackson of Honne Ltd will examine what to consider when developing your own whistleblowing policy.
In addition, this webinar will also look at the international considerations, examples, and best practice in whistleblowing and ethics, providing inspiration for those with overseas offices.
With accompanying slides and notes, this webinar provides ideas to take away for use in your practice; whether you are developing a whistleblowing policy from scratch or looking to create something which runs alongside your human resources department, this course will provide guidance on how you can bolster your own internal whistleblowing procedures.
Katie Jackson is a consultant specialising in law firm compliance and regulation. A former Inspector for the Council for Licensed Conveyancers, Katie led and managed inspections of some of the largest conveyancing practices in the country. Prior to working for the CLC, Katie spent a number of years working in various inspection and policy roles for the Solicitors Regulation Authority, and Legal Services Commission.
Written and recorded by Katie Jackson, Honne Limited
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