Should internal whistleblowers be incentivized? To some degree yes!

by Amanda Nieweler
Internal whistleblowers aren't necessarily looking for a monetary reward Most employees who report wrongdoing internally do it because they believe something will be done about it. Most employees, who would potentially blow the whistle, feel that if their whistleblowing actions have a positive impact on the organization, that's incentive enough for them to report. They are not necessarily looking for a financial reward in order to report on any wrongdoing. However, a reward of some sort is a motivator for employees to take action and blow the whistle. 

Should Internal Whistleblowers Be Incentivized? To Some Degree Yes!

by Amanda Nieweler
Internal whistleblowers aren't necessarily looking for a monetary reward Most employees who report wrongdoing internally do it because they believe something will be done about it. Most employees, who would potentially blow the whistle, feel that if their whistleblowing actions have a positive impact on the organization, that's incentive enough for them to report. They are not necessarily looking for a financial reward in order to report on any wrongdoing. However, a reward of some sort is a motivator for employees to take action and blow the whistle. 

An Effective Whistleblower Program | The Basics

by Amanda Nieweler
800 hours of unused sick leave? A recent article in the Internal Auditor told the story about how an anonymous tip lead to the dismissal of Richmond, VA's head of finance. Investigations by the city auditor found the employee had become eligible for just over $400,000 in benefits from more than 800 hours of unused sick leave that was accumulated. 

An Effective Whistleblower Program - The Basics

by Amanda Nieweler
800 Hours of Unused Sick Leave? A recent article in the Internal Auditor told the story about how an anonymous tip lead to the dismissal of Richmond, VA's head of finance. Investigations by the city auditor found the employee had become eligible for just over $400,000 in benefits from more than 800 hours of unused sick leave that was accumulated.

CDN financial institutions can benefit from a compliance program

by Amanda Nieweler
Canadian firms can benefit from regulatory compliance

SEC Ramping up Their Defences Against Misconduct

by Stephanie Mau
SEC's Enforcement Division Cracking Down on Misconduct In a recent interview with the director of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s enforcement division, Andrew Ceresney, he noted that the biggest challenge they face is keeping up with the “increased complexity of […] misconduct.”