Encouraging a speak up culture in your workplace: effective whistleblowing arrangements for organisations

In February CIfA hosted a virtual training session conducted by Protect (the whistleblowing charity) aimed at upskilling senior managers within archaeological organisations to encourage a speak up culture, handling concerns and how to address grievances. The training session discussed three case studies relevant to archaeologists which covered discrimination on personal circumstance, health and safety and underplaying the significance of archaeological features.

Laura Andrews attended this training on behalf of the Diggers' Forum and has provided a write up of the session.

You can read more relevant case studies and blogs from Protect on our website at Protect | Chartered Institute for Archaeologists