Category Archives: Anonymous Reporting

Our resources and insights focused on anonymous reporting help organisations to understand the importance of anonymous reporting in their whistleblower programs. From 2-way, anonymous communication to protecting a whistleblower’s identity, these articles will help provide best practices around anonymity. From putting together a strategy, setting up your anonymous reporting program, and communicating it to employees, Whispli has you covered.

Modern Slavery Act Australia: How Anonymous Reporting Helps With Compliance

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In December 2018, the Parliament of Australia passed the Modern Slavery Act. This landmark legislation’s goal is to stop situations where one is forced to work, is controlled by others, treated as a commodity, or have their freedom of movement taken away.  The Act calls on Australian companies to ensure there is no modern slavery […]

6 Benefits Of An Online Whistleblower Platform: Financial Services & Banking

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Financial services was one of the first industries to put whistleblower policies in place. It’s a heavily regulated, high-pressure industry dealing with large sums of money. When misconduct happens its high profile and these reasons created the need for employees to be able to report misconduct.   Many of these whistleblower policies were effective on […]

6 Benefits Of An Online Whistleblower Platform: Financial Services & Banking

Whispli Banking Financial Services Whistleblowing

Financial services was one of the first industries to put whistleblower policies in place. It’s a heavily regulated, high-pressure industry dealing with large sums of money. When misconduct happens its high profile and these reasons created the need for employees to be able to report misconduct.   Many of these whistleblower policies were effective on […]

6 Steps To Make Your Whistleblower Program Truly Anonymous

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The most crucial part of an anonymous whistleblowing program is ensuring it’s “anonymous”. It’s proven that whistleblowers identify misconduct better than internal audits or external reviews. But how do you convince employees that it is truly anonymous?  You can easily say your whistleblower program is anonymous, but many employees need to see and hear more […]