Whistleblowing in Ireland is known as “The Protected Disclosure”, which has also been called “The whistleblower legislation”. All private organizations with more than 50 employees are obligated to set up an internal whistleblowing system.
The new whistleblowing legislation in Ireland entered into force on 1st January 2023.
Establish reporting channels and to follow up on reports
Whistleblowers are protected effectively against retaliation
Whistleblowers are able to make anonymous reports in writing and orally
Designate an impartial person who can receive and investigate reports
Sends reminders, keeping organizations compliant with Whistleblowing Directive deadlines.
Respond to the report and investigate it within the statutory time limit
Inform the whistleblower of the steps taken to investigate their report
Edit text, logos and reporting categories
Whistleblower reports can be messages, anonymised voice notes and attachments
Anonymous and confidential reporting
Integrates easily with your existing tools
Create as many forms as you need
Allocate a report to a specific assignee
Add labels, priorities, due dates and internal comments
Filter by everything - e.g. overview graphs, exports
Set up your own organisational structure
Access management - by category, department and 3rd parties
E-mail notifications set up and due dates monitoring
Automatic out of office replies
Absolute anonymous - we don’t share your data with 3rd parties
Security - E2EE (optional encryption), 2FA, SSO, penetration testing
Compliant with EU Whistleblowing Directive & Whistleblower Protection Bill
GDPR compliant, ISO 27001 certified
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