On 10 May 2022, the 7th annual Slovak Compliance Days conference took place at the Clarion Congress Hotel Bratislava. The main topic was Sustainability and integrity management of a modern organization. The conference program was composed of six panel discussions, six lectures and a moderated discussion, during which we learned why integrity management is so important and why it gradually becomes topic no. 1 of today’s organizations. We discussed greenwashing and how companies use it, and where the boundaries of eco marketing are. The green economy and the financing of green projects, the hybrid workplace and the evolution of the ESG topic and the guidelines that follow from it were other topics of lectures. The view of sustainability was interesting from the point of view of urban planners, developers and manufacturers of building materials. The discussion was also enriched by the perspective of the automotive industry and its responses to today’s demands and how regulation is actually ready for 21st century mobility. The advent of 5G telecommunications networks and the associated misinformation were another of the attractive panel discussions. The long-awaited Whistleblower Protection Office has been fulfilling its function for several months now, and its President has told us interesting information about its operation. The story of young people from the Czech Republic who created a successful whistleblowing platform from the anti-bullying application in schools was very inspiring. At the end, a moderated discussion took place with the main guest of the conference, Ivan Mikloš, who answered not only the questions of the moderator Zuzana Kovačič Hanzelová, but also the appropriate questions from the audience. In the end, we christened the publication Slovak Compliance Standards and continued with the informal evening program.
The conference was attended by 110 guests and 35 speakers. The conference was held in Slovak language.
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