Whistleblowing-glögit

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D&I:n Whistleblowing-glögeillä tarjoillaan syventävä tietopaketti ehdotuksesta uudeksi whistleblowing-lainsäädännöksi.

Iltapäivän alustuksista saat vastaukset muun muassa seuraaviin kysymyksiin:

  • Miten tietosuojasääntely vaikuttaa ilmoituskanavien toimintaan ja sisäisiin tutkintoihin?
  • Mitä organisaatioiden tulee huomioida yritysvastuun ja compliancen näkökulmasta?
  • Miten tulevan lainsäädännön mukainen ilmoittajansuojelu eroaa jo olemassa olevasta työoikeusnormeihin perustuvasta ilmoittajansuojasta?
  • Mitä kannattaa huomioida verotuksen ja kilpailuoikeussääntelyn kannalta?
  • Tilaisuuden päätteeksi tarjolla glögiä ja pientä purtavaa.

Tervetuloa mukaan!

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