A nonprofit organization has a responsibility to the public, the clients, its employees, volunteers, and donors to conduct its affairs ethically and in compliance with laws and regulations. When a volunteer or employee challenges a nonprofit’s conduct by “blowing the whistle,” legal protections apply that all nonprofits need to be prepared to handle expertly. Failure to respect the workplace laws and whistleblower protections can result in retaliation claims and even criminal liability. Watch this Webinar to learn what your nonprofit can do to avoid and defend against such claims.
Watch this Webinar to:
- What are the whistleblower protections applicable to your nonprofit’s operations?
- What is the proper conduct for dealing with a whistleblower?
- How allegations of illegal conduct or claimed irregularities in a nonprofit’s operations should be investigated.
- What internal procedures can help avoid retaliation charges?
- How confidentiality concerns should be addressed during investigations.
- What the Sarbanes-Oxley Act requires of nonprofits.