The all-in-one* Whistleblower system

*Anonymous reporting channel, case management tool, secure and compliant whistleblower system.

The EU Whistleblowing Directive explained

Hear what organisations need to do to comply with the EU Whistleblowing Directive.

Let no misconduct go unnoticed. Make it simple to report wrongdoing and manage cases with Whistlelink.

Easy to set up

Ready to use in just 10 minutes. So you can stay focused on growing your business.

Simple & secure to use

Reduce the stress of reporting misconduct and handling whistleblowing cases.

EU Directive compliant

Built to make sure any organisation is compliant with EU Whistleblower Directive 2019/1937.

The highest level of security

Protecting your data is our highest priority. Our whistleblower system uses preventative measures, such as multi-factor authentication, end to end encryption and external penetration tests to ensure your data always stays secure.

PLANS AND PRICINGFlexible plans for any organisation's needs

WHY HAVE A WHISTLEBLOWING SERVICE?

Whistleblowing is important

Whistleblowing is when someone exposes illegal or unethical activity, usually at work. If that concern isn’t raised, and remains undetected, it could lead to serious damage for an organisation, individual or wider society. Using a reporting channel such as a whistleblower system makes it possible for someone to report wrongdoing.

What is a whistleblower system?

A whistleblowing system is an effective tool to discover misconduct and deal with it professionally. Depending on the type of system, reports can be anonymous to maintain the confidentiality and trust of the whistleblower. Types of whistleblower systems include:

  • Physical or virtual mailboxes
  • Telephone hotline or messaging systems
  • Online systems
Why should organisations implement a whistleblower system?

Whether it’s to prevent serious harm, reduce losses or build a loyal workforce, there are many reasons to implement a whistleblowing service.

It facilitates bringing wrongdoing to an organisation’s attention, which means it can be dealt with promptly and discreetly before it escalates.

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WHY HAVE A WHISTLEBLOWING SYSTEM?

Whistleblowing is important

Whistleblowing is when someone exposes illegal or unethical activity, usually at work. If that concern isn’t raised, and remains undetected, it could lead to serious damage for an organisation, individual or wider society. Using a reporting channel such as a whistleblowing system makes it possible for someone to report wrongdoing.

What is a whistleblowing system?

A whistleblowing system is an effective tool to discover misconduct and deal with it professionally. Depending on the type of system, reports can be anonymous to maintain the confidentiality and trust of the whistleblower. Types of whistleblower systems include:

  • Physical or virtual mailboxes
  • Physical or virtual mailboxes
  • Online systems
Why should organisations implement a whistleblowing system?

Whether it’s to prevent serious harm, reduce losses or build a loyal workforce, there are many reasons to implement a whistleblowing system.

It facilitates bringing wrongdoing to an organisation’s attention, which means it can be dealt with promptly and discreetly before it escalates.

Without a whistleblowing system
  • employees may disclose information externally which could be damaging to reputation​
  • undetected fraud may lead to large financial loses
  • it suggests a disregard for Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors. Something investors are increasingly applying as part of their analysis process.​

Having a system for whistleblowers indicates that a company encourages its employees to speak-up. When this is backed-up with a respected whistleblowing policy, that supports employees who speak-up, it signals an open and honest culture. This helps build trust and employees are more likely to report internally rather externally.

A legal requirement for organisations

The EU Whistleblowing Directive requires all EU member states to adopt a national whistleblowing law. This puts demands on EU organisations, with over 50 employees and municipalities with over 10,000 inhabitants, to establish a reporting channel.

This means that organisations must provide a secure and effective system for employees to report misconduct anonymously.

Why is an online system a good choice for whistleblowers?

EU whistleblowing laws require reporting channels to be secure, guarantee anonymity and permit feedback. Something solutions, such as physical or virtual mailboxes, cannot guarantee.

With the right kind of online system, high levels of data security that meets GDPR can be guaranteed, so too can confidential and timely communication and feedback with the whistleblower.

A whistleblowing system also needs to be available to all stakeholders so an online solution is a perfect way of making it accessible via a link on a website.

Why Whistlelink?

In just 10 minutes you’ll have a reporting channel and case management tool that is compliant with the EU Directive. All in one platform.

Whistlelink is simple to use, provides anonymity, and can be customised to your own branding and language. Giving your employees the smoothest experience and confidence to speak-up.

Case Management helps you handle everything in one place, from receiving alerts for new reports or deadlines, to communicating anonymously and securely with the whistleblower.

Also your data stays secure with Whistlelink. We use preventative measures, such as multi-factor authentication and end to end encryption, and your data is only hosted on EU-based servers to meet GDPR.

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