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