Whistleblowing and the Protection of Human Rights in the Supply Chain
About this White paper
A global trend towards more prescriptive transparency regulations means businesses will need effective whistleblowing programmes that support all workers across international and cultural borders within their supply chains.
- What you'll learn:
- Why protecting human rights along supply chains has become a necessity for businesses worldwide.
- How organisations are adapting their whistleblowing programs to support a broader range of whistleblowers and cases across the supply chain, providing compliance to new regulations.
- Understand the key challenges for businesses when introducing reporting mechanisms across different countries, so messaging remains clear and culturally appropriate.
- Managers throughout the supply chain need to be trained to lead by example and to establish safe environments for employees to raise concerns where privacy and protection for whistleblowers is a key priority.
- For anyone responsible for:
- Compliance and Legal
- Whistleblowing Program Managers
- Supply Chain & Third Party Risk Managers