Moores, in-collaboration with one of its partners, Your Call, welcomes you to a practical Executive Seminar uncovering the benefits of implementing a best practice whistleblowing program at your organisation.
Whistleblower reports of misconduct or illegal activity could have a significant and detrimental impact on your organisation and its workforce, particularly if the information is mishandled.
With the conclusion of the Banking Royal Commission, the commencement of the Royal Commission into Aged Care, and the announcement of the Royal Commission into Mental Health, whistleblowers will continue to play a vital role in publicly exposing misconduct and corruption.
But how should your organisation respond to such allegations, and what can it do to better encourage transparency and accountability?
Drawing on global trends, Royal Commissions and leading organisations in the health, disability and aged care sectors, the session will cover:
- The foundation and structure of a whistleblowing program
- Conduct covered by whistleblowing protections
- Proposed whistleblowing reforms
- Lessons from the Royal Commission
- Strategies to encourage transparency and accountability
- Aligning a Whistleblowing Program to the culture of your organisation
- Tips and traps when responding to allegations and managing misconduct (including vexatious or malicious allegations).
Presented by Skye Rose, Practice Leader at Moores and Nathan Luker, General Manager of Your Call - Whistleblowing Solutions.
Free (you must register to attend)
Thursday 21 February 2019
7.15am - 9.00am
Level 1, 5 Burwood Road, Hawthorn
Street parking available