Whistleblowing policy

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A Whistleblowing policy is a guideline that informs a company's employees of their procedures in handling illegal and unethical conduct at a workplace. It is often difficult for an employee to raise their concerns over conduct as they may fear for repercussions of doing so. This guideline provides assurance to employees that they will be protected as it sets out the expectations, rights and obligations of Whistleblowing. 

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This document should be carefully by all employees of a company.

An employee who has a genuine concern should read carefully what are the procedures of whistleblowing in their company. They should be aware of the key contacts that they should reach out to talk about these matters.

 

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Checklist / guideline / manual / policy / procedures

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Business > Human Resource / Employment > Human Resource / Workplace Issue

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