Legal and Compliance
In recent years, an increasingly hybrid and remote workforce, high rates of employee turnover, and new tensions amid the pressures of the pandemic significantly threaten misconduct reporting. In fact, when compared with prepandemic reporting levels, Gartner data reflects a 5% decline, on average, in employee reporting. In today’s environment, where less misconduct can be observed in a remote and hybrid environment, it is more critical than ever that those employees that do observe misconduct speak up. This free webinar looks at what chief compliance officers can do to encourage more reporting.
Create greater trust and transparency in the reporting process
Identify how to strengthen employees’ belief that reporting will be more beneficial to them
Build a safer environment for reporting that mitigates the harmful effects of retaliation