Quick Guide to the EU Whistleblower Directive

The EU Whistleblower Directive is in force as of December 2021, creating a new standard for whistleblower protection within the European Union.
OneTrust Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, and Head of the Ethics Center of Excellence, Asha Palmer outlines what will be enforced, where, and when under the new directive. In this guide, Asha answers some important questions about this new regulation including:

  • What are the key requirements to be aware of?
  • What type of companies are affected?
  • Are there different considerations for SMEs (Small to Medium Enterprises) vs. Enterprises?

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