When it comes to whistleblowing, the most important factor is to build trust in the whistleblowing system and in the process of handling cases. But how is that done?
Join our webinar to find out. We will also share our experience on how to set up a successful whistleblowing system.
Thursday 14th February 2019 at 15:00 CET (3pm)
Duration: approx. 30 minutes
The webinar will be held in English
Please send an e-mail to email@example.com for your personal invitation to the webinar.
"Every day we discuss important questions on how to ensure the efficiency of the whistleblowing system, and these are the questions that often come up: Do we need an external whistleblowing provider? What if we get irrelevant reports? Why should the whistleblower be anonymous?" Gunilla Hadders, Founding Partner, WhistleB
During this webinar we will discuss the most frequent questions we receive regarding organisational whistleblowing.
The webinar will cover the following questions:
- Why should I use an external whistleblowing provider?
- Will we receive irrelevant cases through a whistleblowing service, thus wasting our time?
- How many whistleblowing reports should we expect?
- How can we ensure that reports reach the right people?
- What should we report back to a whistleblower?
- How do we make the service available?
- How can we protect whistleblowing data?
If you cannot make it... Do not worry! The webinar will be recorded, and made available for you to watch whenever it suits you. You can also read our popular blog post on the same subject: Top tips on whistleblowing – Our very best advice for a trusted and efficient whistleblowing system
Organisational whistleblowing enables employees and potentially external stakeholders to report alleged wrongdoing. Establishment of a whistleblowing system allows organisations to prevent wrongdoings occurring, thus reducing reputational and financial risks.
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