is when a worker reports any activity that could be deemed illegal,unethical, or
against workplace policy. Whistleblowing is actually encouraged by employers
when it benefits the business and individuals who do raise attention to
misconduct should not be penalised or punished for doing so.
workplace should have a policy in place for whistleblowing, and this
whistleblowing procedures online course aims to highlight your organisation's
guidelines on this issue. This course is perfect for all employees who need to
be aware of their rights and responsibilities when it comes to whistleblowing in
the workplace and the laws surrounding it.
This course is
addressed to all industry professionals.
- What whistleblowing is
- Your protection and
- Workplace whistleblowing
CE Hours: 1 Hour
Leader: Melanie Needham, FCIP, CRM
President, MRD Consulting
In order to be
eligible for Continuing Education hours, you must be logged in for the duration
of the entire webinar, attendance will be taken throughout (late arrival or
early departure from session will result in no CE hours issued as per
the provincial regulator. For a webinar, this includes a
transmission disruption due to unresolvable technical issues. Partial
hours cannot be issued)
PLEASE NOTE :
- Your Insurance Institute of Ontario membership must be
- Fees noted below do not include hst.
- In order
to be eligible for Continuing Education hours, you must be logged in for the
duration of the entire webinar, attendance will be taken throughout.
- FOR GROUP RATES OF 3 OR MORE, or If you need assistance
with registration, email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
LINK TO WEBINAR
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will receive an e-mail providing the direct link to the Webinar. This link is
unique to you and is tied to your name, it cannot be shared or used by
others. This link must be used when you log in to the webinar so
that your attendance can be tracked.
Our webinar platform for this
session is Zoom.
AUDIO: Headphones or
speakers connected to your computer are required for this webinar.
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