High-profile scandals, changing regulation and new laws are forcing employers to improve the way they protect their staff, customers and wider public.
As a result, more employers looking at ways to enable their employees to share their workplace concerns safely and easily.
A whistleblowing hotline or ‘Speak Up’ channel, through which employees can disclose those concerns, is a vital tool in this context. Implemented correctly, it will empower your employees to tell you about workplace issues, and give you the chance to put things right. But what pitfalls should you look out for when implementing a hotline, and what factors will influence its effectiveness?
Here, we outline the “must have” features for your service to give it the best possible chance of success…
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