Do not use the term Whistleblower in your compliance programme!
Do not use the term Whistleblower in your compliance programme!

The term whistleblower is widely used in today’s society. The usage of the term is common practice in many corporate…

What role does SpeakUp® play during a pandemic?
What role does SpeakUp® play during a pandemic?

During the last couple of weeks, much has been said and written about the expected and known consequences for people…

EU Whistleblower Protection Directive: it’s time to focus on your internal reporting channels
EU Whistleblower Protection Directive: it’s time to focus on your internal reporting channels

Scandals such as the Dieselgate, Luxleaks, the Panama papers, Cambridge Analytica and more recently at Danske Bank showcased the key…

Six reasons why you don’t want to use an ombudsman – and one way of using him which makes perfect sense
Six reasons why you don’t want to use an ombudsman – and one way of using him which makes perfect sense

Some companies appoint an external ombudsman as a way to set up the internal misconduct procedure. By organising themselves this…

A good question to your CEO is: are you in control of misconduct in your organisation?
A good question to your CEO is: are you in control of misconduct in your organisation?

Why is this an important question? Not only the company’s reputation is at stake, but your board members risk (personal)…

The SpeakUp<sup>®</sup>  communication checklist
The SpeakUp® communication checklist

Speaking up is not easy. If you want your people to speak up about misconduct, you need to build trust.

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