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SCCE Compliance, Ethics, and Organizational Culture Conference

Successfully Managing Your Whistleblowing Helpline During Periods of Industrial Unrest – Lessons Learned From Real Life

1:15 PM CT – 2:15 PM CT

Learning Objectives:

  • Get your helpline in a good state before things get heated: Afterwards may be too late
  • Don’t aggravate the situation through poorly timed, poorly worded, or poorly targeted communications
  • Always follow standard processes to avoid accusations of bias or organizational injustice


Karen Nightingale

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