The Importance of Integrity
The Middle Tennessee Council is committed to the highest possible standards of ethical, moral and legal business and has always committed itself to open communications with the Open-Door Policy, which provides an avenue for employees and volunteers to raise concern. Employees and volunteers are protected from reprisals for whistle blowing in good faith.
The Council’s Whistleblower Policy covers serious concerns that could have a negative impact on the Council, such as actions that:
- May lead to incorrect financial reporting
- Are unlawful
- Are not in line with Council policy or membership irregularities
- Constitute some other unethical or improper conduct
Confidentiality will be maintained unless the whistleblower agrees to have his or her identity revealed, but to facilitate the investigation, the Council cannot investigate anonymous complaints. Complainants must put their names to allegations.
Whom do I contact?
The Middle Tennessee Council Compliance Officer can be contacted through E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org