COMPLIANCE SHORT: Promoting the Reporting of Misconduct
Misconduct and ethical violations can lead to extremely negative consequences for a company and its employees. Yet, fear of retaliation often prevents employees from reporting misconduct. This course dramatizes a situation where an employee struggles with whether to report misconduct.
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Promoting the Reporting of Misconduct