Five Do’s and Dont’s of a Misconduct Reporting Programme
Five Do’s and Dont’s of a Misconduct Reporting Programme

Our business sense tells us that ‘experience’ is a valuable commodity when making decisions. When it comes to misconduct reporting…

Anonymous reporting channel: troubles with convincing stakeholders?
Anonymous reporting channel: troubles with convincing stakeholders?

Sometimes, organisations are hesitant to set up an anonymous reporting channel. Why? They may fear receiving ‘too many’ reports or…

Ultimate Whistleblower Protection for reporting misconduct
Ultimate Whistleblower Protection for reporting misconduct

Employees’ concerns for their personal wellbeing create barriers for reporting misconduct. This organisation goes one step beyond anonymity to protect…

GDPR & whistleblowing: data retention
GDPR & whistleblowing: data retention

People that leave a report through a whistleblowing system may include personal data in their message. Organisations that want to…

GDPR & whistleblowing: why you should not rely on consent
GDPR & whistleblowing: why you should not rely on consent

Article 6 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 requires a ‘legal ground for processing’. Consent seems like a good option. But it…

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