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Australia’s Whistleblowing Legislation: 7 Things Businesses Need To Know

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There is pending whistleblower legislation in the Australian Parliament providing for a single whistleblower protection regime. This legislation is similar to those passed in other countries like the US and France. The goal is to provide more protection for whistleblowers by better defining these protections and who is protected. Why should you read this article? […]

Why Is A Multilingual Whistleblower Platform Important?

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While there are over 7,000 languages in the world, over half of the world’s population speaks one of 23 languages as their mother tongue.  23 languages might sound like a small number, but the population they present is close to 4 billion people. So what does this have to do with whistleblowing? First of all, […]

Why The Whistleblower’s Journey Is Important (And How To Improve It)

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When an employee makes a whistleblowing report, it’s a harrowing experience. From deciding to make a report to actually submitting it, the whistleblower’s journey is filled with stress. This uncertainty holds employees back from whistleblowing, which leaves risk and blinds spots in place. As more organisations establish whistleblower policy programs, it’s crucial they think about […]

Why The Whistleblower's Journey Is Important (And How To Improve It)

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When an employee makes a whistleblowing report, it’s a harrowing experience. From deciding to make a report to actually submitting it, the whistleblower’s journey is filled with stress. This uncertainty holds employees back from whistleblowing, which leaves risk and blinds spots in place. As more organisations establish whistleblower policy programs, it’s crucial they think about […]

Planning Your Whistleblower Program: 7 Questions To Ask

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Organisations are increasingly realising they can’t be reactive when it comes to misconduct and unethical behaviour. Whether issues have surfaced, regulation is dictating it, or they are planning ahead, more organisations are taking action. They are now providing the ability for employees, stakeholders, and customers to anonymously report misconduct through their whistleblower program. As you […]

Digital Anonymity: Pros & Cons

Recently, Australian public servants and staffers for politicians have come under the microscope of journalists after it was discovered that some of these individuals have been anonymously editing Wikipedia posts to remove embarrassing information or to defame. ⤷ Fairfax Media has found that close to 9000 pages have been anonymously edited by staff from major […]

Digital Anonymity: Pros & Cons

Recently, Australian public servants and staffers for politicians have come under the microscope of journalists after it was discovered that some of these individuals have been anonymously editing Wikipedia posts to remove embarrassing information or to defame. ⤷ Fairfax Media has found that close to 9000 pages have been anonymously edited by staff from major […]