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Whistleblower Policy | Sample

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 was passed to mainly in reaction to corporate fraud and larger accounting scandals, however, one of the provisions in the Act does affect non-profit organizations, and that increased protection of Whistleblowers. Ensuring that your organization has a policy outlining steps to report concerns, and protection for those reporting concerns is not only good practice but also assures that your organization is not violating any state or federal laws.

TREC is committed to providing new and pertinent information, tools, and samples to meet your Human Resources (HR) needs. Please note that this resource is not intended to be all-inclusive; we make every effort to present thorough and accurate information. However, numerous federal, state and local laws and regulations may vary regarding some of the issues; we encourage all organizations to review local laws and regulations and seek legal counsel when implementing new HR policies and procedures.

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