2018 – Whistleblowing in the spotlight
Due to the great response received following the publication of the WhistleB Customer Study on corporate whistleblowing, we are pleased to organise a webinar in which we will share and discuss the most interesting findings.
Welcome to join the webinar: Whistleblowing in the spotlight: 5 findings from the 2018 WhistleB Customer Study
Date: Monday 3rd of December 2018
Time: 10:00 AM CET
Duration: approx. 20-30 minutes
Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a personal invitation to the webinar.
Jan Stappers, Legal Counsel at WhistleB will present the findings
- An increased number of reports
- Financial irregularities and workplace-related abuse are most commonly reported
- External parties invited to report
- Online reporting is dominating
Organisational whistleblowing: enabling employees, suppliers and, in some cases, the general public to raise a concern through a dedicated channel when they see or hear something that they think is not right. Whistleblowing allows organisations to prevent wrongdoings occurring, thus reducing reputational and financial risks.