Established in 1995, Expolink is Europe’s whistleblowing hotline market leader. We are proud to be the first outsourced whistleblowing service in the UK and Europe and were the chosen supplier of whistleblowing hotline services (LOCOG and ODA) to the London 2012 Games. Our global helpline supports over 20% of FTSE 100 companies, many FTSE 250 companies, Fortune 500 companies, local authorities, government departments, police forces, retail organisations, charities and multi-national corporates of all sizes, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We work in partnership with our clients, advising on whistleblowing policy and legislation and acting as a deterrent against inappropriate and criminal behaviour; giving company leaders the information they need to take rapid, remedial action.
With Expolink’s whistleblowing hotline service you will benefit from:
We are truly committed to protecting your interests as an employer, while supporting your employees. With Expolink you’ll benefit from an impartial, professional and flexible external whistleblowing hotline service, that works for your organisation. We’re dedicated to protecting and collecting information with complete confidentiality giving your employees the peace of mind they need to speak up about malpractice in the workplace.
Our whistleblowing hotline service has been refined and enhanced as Government legislation and the whistleblowing needs of our clients have matured. Our approach is truly global and our knowledge of ethical business practices and international whistleblowing legislation makes us leading industry experts. We continually strive to stay ahead of the industry curve, which is reflected in our standing within the international corporate governance community. In 2010 Expolink were the only corporate governance organisation to host a seminar on the Bribery Act, where Roderick Macaulay of the Ministry of Justice presented to our business community about issues relating to the imminent legislation. We are preparing for a second seminar, also to be held in conjunction with the MoJ in 2013. If you are interested in attending this free event please contact Scott Bridgen.
Expolink is a truly global corporate governance solutions provider. We are experts in understanding EU reporting restrictions and privacy law relating to whistleblowing. Although the US was an early advocate of whistleblowing policy in the late 80s, the advent of the FCPA and revised Dodd Frank regulations meant our knowledge, expertise and commitment to data protocol and privacy attracted many native US companies to use Expolink’s whistleblowing hotline service.
Contact us today to find out how our whistleblowing hotline can help you protect your business. You can also find out what our clients say about our services and read how we helped Centrica and The Co-operative Group in our case studies.
May 20, 2013No Comments
This week, the charity Public Concern at Work published a report on the state of whistleblowing in the UK. They interviewed 1000 respondents with first-hand experience of blowing the whistle. Below we have outlined a number of the findings with how we feel, as confidential whistleblowing hotline providers, these reflect the state of play in [...]Continue reading
April 22, 2013No Comments
With a CV ranging from President of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners to expert consultant for Transparency International, Ian Younger is extremely well placed to guide our readers through best practice in corporate governance, setting up and maintaining a successful and compliant investigations policy and to offer his insight into the future of the [...]Continue reading
April 17, 2013No Comments
Back in June 2012, Expolink and many of our whistleblowing hotline clients contributed towards a global whistleblowing survey for the European Space Agency. Nick Waldron, who works in the Internal Audit Service for the ESA and was instrumental in facilitating the research, kindly agreed to an interview with us to discuss their findings. What prompted [...]Continue reading
March 19, 2013No Comments
In our final interview in this series, we ask NHS whistleblower, Dr Rita Pal, for her thoughts on preventing whistleblower retaliation, the possibilities for incentivisation, changing media and public attitudes, and effective training and communication of whistleblowing procedures. Incentivisation Some commentators have indicated that incentivisation could enhance the whistleblowing process by encouraging people to come [...]Continue reading