A detailed look into opportunities, possibilities and risks in reporting unethical behaviour. In addition, you will find fresh data and options for dealing with corporate whistleblowing and the available solutions.
More than half of the employees who witness unethical or unlawful conduct in their company keep quiet about it in front of their supervisors. However, almost three quarters of them also admit that they would be happy to share information about fraudulent behaviour with an outsider – the media, the police or a lawyer. Preventing this is very easy. We’ll show you how and back it all up with new data, figures and stories of companies that have dealt with whistleblowing. You will also read:
👉 what to consider when implementing whistleblowing in your company,
👉 what options you have as a company,
👉 what the introduction of a whistleblowing support system can do for you.
Companies with whistleblowing systems have fewer lawsuits, lower costs of dealing with disgruntled employees, or almost half the negative media coverage.
fewer lawsuits for companies with the WB system
lower employee compensation costs
less negative mentions in the media
workplace fraud is detected through internal notifications