Guide to the Introduction of Whistleblowing Systems
Introducing a whistleblowing system can have economic benefits for organisations of all sizes: employees or other stakeholders represent the first defence against costly misconduct. This early-detection mechanism provides organisations with the opportunity to address concerns at an early stage and prevent financial penalties and reputational damage.
This white paper helps you to successfully implement a whistleblowing system in your organisation – from involving the relevant stakeholders, selecting and setting up the right channels to effectively communicating your whistleblowing system.
Content of the white paper:
- Considerations when introducing a whistleblowing channel
- Choosing the right whistleblowing channel
- Implementing the whistleblowing system
- Communicating the whistleblowing system
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About EQS Group
Established in 2000 and trusted by thousands of companies worldwide, EQS Group provides intuitive digital compliance solutions that help you comply with regulations and meet best practice.
Whether you need to manage insider lists or gifts and hospitality, store and effectively communicate your policies, address conflicts of interest or misconduct and minimise risk, we can help. Our goal is to equip Compliance Professionals with the power of simple workflows, automated processes, advanced analytics, and simplified reporting to make their job easier. In addition to its compliance product suite, EQS Group provides investor relations digital solutions.
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