Ashurst Talks | Employment 26 Sep 2019

World@Work – Whistleblowing Video Series

September 2019

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Vince Rogers, Partner, and Amanda Wu, Lawyer 26 Sep 2019

Recent changes to Australian whistleblowing laws

Vince and Amanda discuss the recent reforms to the Australian private sector whistleblowing laws. They consider how the laws have changed, the implications these changes are having for employers, and what steps employers should be taking to manage these changes. [Running time 06:22]

European Union

Lukas Müller, Senior Associate 26 Sep 2019

The new EU directive on whistleblowing laws: what does it mean for your organisation?

We discuss the incoming EU Directive on the Protection of persons reporting on breaches of Union Law, otherwise known as the "Whistleblowing Directive". [Running time 07:56]


Ronnie King, Partner 25 Sep 2019

Changes in the wind for whistleblowing laws in Japan

Ronnie discusses the whistleblowing laws in Japan, what employers should be aware of, and considers potential changes to the laws that may be impending. [Running time 02:24]

Singapore | Hong Kong | Malaysia

Karen Mitra, Senior Associate, and Adriel Chia, Associate 26 Sep 2019

Whistleblowing laws in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia

Karen and Adriel discuss the whistleblowing laws in Malaysia, the lack of similar laws in Singapore and Hong Kong, and what employers in these jurisdictions should be aware of when it comes to whistleblowing. [Running time 05:51]

United Kingdom

Crowley Woodford, Partner 26 Sep 2019

Heads up on current UK whistleblowing developments

Crowley discusses proposed changes to UK legislation about the application of confidentiality clauses, and emerging trends in cases which are increasing the number of successful claims for dismissal or detriment. [Running time 04:34]

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