The Integrity at Work (IAW) programme has been designed by Transparency International Ireland to help foster workplaces where people are supported to raise concerns of wrongdoing and act with integrity.
What kinds of concerns does IAW address?
- How can I create a workplace where staff feel confident to report wrongdoing?
- How can I help my management team to respond to concerns effectively?
- What are my responsibilities as a regulator/prescribed person?
IAW events and training provide a forum to share best practice, learn about legal developments and develop strategies to promote ethical standards and build trust amongst staff and stakeholders.
We offer expert training and guidance to employers and regulators on the Protected Disclosures Act 2014 and other relevant legislation and how to develop supportive environments for dealing with disclosures.
Joining IAW enables organisations to nurture a culture of openness and accountability in the workplace and build trust with staff, contractors and external stakeholders.
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