BRIA Suggestion and Corporate Compliance Box

Suggestion and Corporate Compliance Box


This form is to be used by Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging staff to confidentially submit:

-Suggestions (comments, concerns, recommendations);

-Corporate compliance issues (suspected abuse, fraud, security breaches, employee rights, ethical violations, questionable activities or practices);

-Diversity, equity and inclusion

-Or select "Other" if you're unsure.

If you'd like a response from HR or management please check the box that indicates a follow up response is desired and include your contact information.

Indicate the type of your entry (please select all that apply)
Does this pertain to a specific BRI Department?
Does this pertain to a BRI client, a BRI Staff person, BRI facilities, etc.?
Please specify the subject of this entry
Please be as specific as possible in the above description. Include full names of people involved, events as they appeared to you and any actions you have taken.
Response requested?
Would you like HR to follow up with you regarding this entry?
Please enter your contact information, or how you'd like a response sent.
Thank you for your thoughts!

Every employee has an obligation to make a good faith report of any activity within the agency that appears to violate compliance policies, regulations or statutes. When an employee uses one of these options to make a good faith report of an apparent violation, there will be no retribution. The right of a whistleblower for protection against relatiation does not include immunity for any personal wrongdoing that is alleged and investigated. You may request responsive, non-confidential information resulting from your report by contacting your Corporate Compliance Officer or Vice President of HR. If you would like a copy of this confidential message, you must print this screen prior to submission.