These days, an effective whistleblower hotline represents a crucial element of any public or private organisation’s Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) programme. Indeed, it is often one of the first compliance initiatives that organisations put in place, and for good reason. As part of their hotline programme, most organisations implement a ‘no retaliation’ policy – but what are the realities of retaliation, and what can organisations really do to monitor, manage and minimise retaliation?
In this interactive Compliance Tech Talk hosted by Convercent, we are bringing together a group of compliance directors and General Counsels for a roundtable event – under the Chatham House rule – to discuss such key issues as:
- How hotlines help identify, prioritise and enable a response to emerging risks
- What are the best practices for creating and maintaining effective hotlines
- How contributing factors, multiple allegations and enhanced reporting capabilities provide meaningful insight into employee behaviour
- What are the realities of retaliation?
Patrick Quinlan is Chief Executive Officer at Convercent. An entrepreneur at heart, Mr. Quinlan has a passion and skill for building companies from the ground up. Prior to leading Convercent’s executive team, he served as Chief Executive Officer of Rivet Software.
Keith Read is currently a director and principal of his own compliance consultancy and advises a
diverse range of organizations on compliance.
Keith was formerly the Group Director of Compliance and Ethics for BT, when he won the Compliance Register’s Best Compliance Officer award, and also
the Best Compliance Company award.
- 12:00pm Check-In & Networking
- 12:30pm Tech Talks
- 1:00pm Interactive Roundtable Lunch
- 2:00pm Closing Remarks & Networking
30 St Mary Axe, London, EC3A 8EP