Although not required by law, there are several reasons to implement conflict of interest and whistleblower policies.  A conflict of interest policy protects the nonprofit organization from its employee's involvement in activities that might compromise independent decision-making about the organization's business and mission.  A whistleblower policy will assist a nonprofit organization in maintaining transparency, practicing sound governance and exercising prudent risk management. This policy allows both volunteers and employees to raise concerns without fear of retaliation.  

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Nonprofit members who want to learn how to implement two kinds of policies that will strengthen their organizations


0.15 Continuing Education Units
Course ID #LEGL129

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