Reporting mobbing and harassment – updating internal rules to comply with new Whistleblower Law

DATE
Start: 2024-06-20 09:00
End: 2024-06-20 11:00
LOCATION
DoubleTree by Hilton Wrocław Hotel
Podwale 84
50-414
Wrocław
EVENT DETAILS

On May 23, 2024, the Parliament passed the much-anticipated whistleblower protection law, marking a significant step towards fostering an ethical business environment. The new legislation expands the scope of whistleblower notifications to include employment law violations, positioning whistleblowers as crucial in identifying and preventing workplace misconduct. However, this also introduces additional duties and responsibilities for employers in combating mobbing and harassment. These topics will be explored at our upcoming business breakfast, co-hosted with PCS | Littler, titled:

“Reporting Mobbing and Harassment – Updating Internal Rules to Comply with the New Whistleblower Law.”

The discussion will concentrate on the pivotal aspects of the recent amendments, covering:

– Strategies for companies to detect and address mobbing and harassment.
– Measures to safeguard employees from undesirable workplace conduct.
– Effective methods for eliciting internal reports of mobbing and harassment, and subsequent actions.
– The impact of the final version of Poland’s new Whistleblower Law on reporting labor and employment infractions.
– Necessary modifications to your internal policies for preventing and reporting mobbing and harassment.

We are eager to join you alongside Karolina Kanclerz and Marcin Sanetra from PCS | Littler to exchange insights and perspectives on whistleblower protection. The meeting will be conducted in Polish, and we welcome two delegates from each organization.

Best regards

Monika Ciesielska-Mróz

AmCham Wrocław Branch Director

 

 

 

 

On May 23, 2024, the Parliament passed the much-anticipated whistleblower protection law, marking a significant step towards fostering an ethical business environment. The new legislation expands the scope of whistleblower notifications to include employment law violations, positioning whistleblowers as crucial in identifying and preventing workplace misconduct. However, this also introduces additional duties and responsibilities for employers in combating mobbing and harassment. These topics will be explored at our upcoming business breakfast, co-hosted with PCS | Littler, titled:

“Reporting Mobbing and Harassment – Updating Internal Rules to Comply with the New Whistleblower Law.”

The discussion will concentrate on the pivotal aspects of the recent amendments, covering:

– Strategies for companies to detect and address mobbing and harassment.
– Measures to safeguard employees from undesirable workplace conduct.
– Effective methods for eliciting internal reports of mobbing and harassment, and subsequent actions.
– The impact of the final version of Poland’s new Whistleblower Law on reporting labor and employment infractions.
– Necessary modifications to your internal policies for preventing and reporting mobbing and harassment.

We are eager to join you alongside Karolina Kanclerz and Marcin Sanetra from PCS | Littler to exchange insights and perspectives on whistleblower protection. The meeting will be conducted in Polish, and we welcome two delegates from each organization.

Best regards

Monika Ciesielska-Mróz

AmCham Wrocław Branch Director

 

 

 

 

SPEAKERS

Karolina Kanclerz
Marcin Sanetra

SPONSORS