Whistleblowing: what to do about it in your organisation

An open culture where issues can be raised constructively and dealt with promptly is the culture to aim for. Achieve this, and you minimise other negative consequences of whistleblowing: anonymous leaks; bad publicity; costs and compensation; lengthy investigations; litigation; and regulatory inspections.

The benefits of implementing a culture in favour of people taking responsibility, having difficult conversations, and using the whistleblowing process, are many: critical information reaches key people; appropriate action can be taken; problems are rectified early; your reputation with staff and stakeholders (including regulators and the courts) remains positive.

This paper outlines actions that you can and should take now.

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whistleblowing and what to do about it