Whistleblowing: A New Perspective on an Old Issue - Free Report

"Whistleblowing: A New Perspective On An Old Issue" covers all the hot topics making headlines today by delineating what the courts are saying about whistleblowing cases, how federal and state regulations (like the new Sarbanes-Oxley Act) affect the way you deal with whistleblowing, and what practical steps you can take to make sure your company doesn't get hit with a whistleblowing dilemma.

From harassment to workplace safety, as the press continues to scrutinize inappropriate corporate practices, companies are scrambling to train their managers to handle these and other potentially damaging complaints.

This free report can help with your training process by providing you with crucial legal information and perspectives on whistleblowing and how it can be both a godsend and a curse to your business. You'll learn:

- how one company that tried to bend the truth about its payroll system ended up losing over $3 million in fines and lawsuits;

- steps you can take to encourage whistleblowing, such as creating a policy and publicizing your commitment;

- four strategies that can be implemented to help address the issue of whistleblowing in today's corporate atmosphere; and

- state-by-state examples of their own versions of whistleblowing laws.

Click here to get your free copy of -- Whistleblowing: A New Perspective On An Old Issue.

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