If your organisation has a whistleblowing service in place, it’s likely it was implemented to protect your employees and enable them to report their concerns easily.

However, introducing a speak-up service is only the beginning. The way you deal with reports once they have been raised is critical to its overall success. Providing feedback to people who raise a concern is a simple but effective way to demonstrate you operate a ‘listen up’ culture that reflects your ‘speak up’ message.

With that in mind, here are six reasons why feedback should be a core feature of your whistleblowing process…

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