February’s Monthly Ethics & Compliance Education Series features the University of Colorado Office of Internal Audit. Have you ever seen something on campus that you thought might be an ethical violation? How did you handle it? Did you know all your options? Come to this session to hear from Kevin Sisemore, Associate Vice President and Chief Audit Officer for the University of Colorado to get answers to these questions and more.
In this session, our presenter will cover:
- What is Ethicspoint
- What is an ethical violation of the code of conduct and reporting options
- How reports are distributed and handled within the university
- What you should expect for follow-up after you make a complaint
- What are your protections as a whistleblower
There are many reasons why a student, staff, or faculty member may not report a perceived ethical violation. Some being, fear of retaliation or being unsure if there is a violation. Ethicspoint provides an anonymous reporting for CU faculty, staff and students to report the violations they witness. For more information, visit the University of Colorado Ethicspoint Website.
Ample time for audience Q&A will be provided during and at the conclusion of the session.