With some additions to the EU’s requirements, find out how Sweden has adopted the EU Whistleblowing Directive into national law.
From reducing losses to preventing serious harm, take a look at these 6 ways that encouraging whistleblowing benefits your organisation.
Getting people to recognise workplace misconduct is challenging. Guide your employees by writing it in your whistleblowing policy. Here are examples of less obvious wrongful activity that may occur at work.
With only a few months left until it comes into force, you may still have questions about the EU Whistleblowing Directive and what it means for you. To get quick and simple answers, we’ve put together the most frequently asked questions that we get from companies. Have a read and if you still have questions, […]
We catch up with Gianluca Paolucci, the Italian journalist who is Deputy Editor-in-chief at our new partner, Dietro le quinte della finanza. A column in Italian daily newspaper, La Stampa. Hear his thoughts on the current state of whistleblowing in Italian journalism, what it means to him and the partnership with Whistlelink. Q. What is the current […]
Intervistiamo Gianluca Paolucci, il giornalista italiano che gestisce il nostro nuovo partner, Dietro le quinte della finanza, la rubrica del quotidiano italiano La Stampa. Leggi la sua intervista sullo stato attuale del whistleblowing nel giornalismo italiano, cosa significa il whistleblowing per lui e la partnership con Whistlelink. Q. Qual è lo stato attuale del whistleblowing nel […]
“Not everything that someone perceives to be wrong is whistleblowing.” Whistleblowing is only when the concern is in the public interest, i.e. the person reporting the wrongdoing believes it will affect others. Learn more.