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‘Whistling at Work’

Published on February 20, 2020 by Selwyn Black and Yue Lucy HanSelwyn Black and Yue Lucy Han

The 2020 changes

Whistleblowers are receiving more protection by law. Organisations should take note of the recent legislative changes and take action to address the changes.

Who are the whistleblowers?

Who should take notice?

The onus is placed on many companies to improve their approach to encouraging disclosure and ensuring the safety and anonymity of a discloser.

1. All public companies;
2. Large proprietary companies, which have at least two of the following attributes:
a)more than $50 million consolidated annual revenue;
b) more than $25 million consolidated gross asset value;
c)more than 100 employees;
3. Trustees of registrable superannuation entities;

Why you should take notice?

Attention Matrix

Next Steps

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