Tuesday, February 3, 2015, 12:00 P.M. CST -- A wide variety of whistleblowers exist at any company. A big challenge is to determine which whistleblower complaints are meritorious and which are not. For whistleblowers whose complaints are in fact meritorious, they are a "litmus test" for the company’s internal compliance health. But a whistleblower’s information is only as valuable as the company’s response to it. As the number of external complaints has increased year over year, as well as SEC awards for them, companies are in a unique position to reassess their whistleblower policies and procedures to increase internal reporting and minimize exposure to legitimate complaints. Join Stacey Slaughter and Kathleen Edmond as they detail the key strategies to minimize this risk.