Sweden: New Whistleblowing Act strengthens the Position of Persons Reporting on Workplace Irregularities

Published on : 27/10/2021 27 October Oct 10 2021
Source : leglobal.org
A new Whistleblowing Act was passed by the Swedish Parliament and is set to enter into force on 17 December 2021. In line with the current Whistleblowing Act, the new legislation will aim to protect reporting persons from reprisals in form of, for example, termination or relocation when they in a work-related context report irregularities […] Th... Read more


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