Good news for compliance officers in April — new ISO standard, ISO 37301:2021 is published and can't wait to end up in your company. To have or not to have it, and what's so special about ISO - we tried to find out.
Why would your company establish a hotline if no one is willing to use it? And how to make a change so the employees would trust the company? We present a number of findings on corporate culture to show that gaining employees trust is challenging, but not impossible.
For the fifth year now we have been collecting statistics on the largest FCPA cases.
The EU Whistleblowing Directive is always way ahead of all the previous legislations — is it true for anonymity? Is there a legal basis for anonymous reports?
How do we read whistleblower protection laws? Or, what would we look for if the ideal law existed? EU Whistleblowing Directive, Sapin II, SOX and others all inspired us to research whistleblowing law requirements. Does the EU Directive meet them?
Don't want to dig into the EU Whistleblowing Directive's legal complications, but want to know more about whistleblowing? Ethicontrol answers 10 common questions about whistleblowing in 2021.
New whistleblowing regulation in the EU requires not only public sector but private business owners (and partners) to communicate with and protect whistleblowers. What is the guide for a new regulation?
The deadline to implement the EU Whistleblowing Directive is coming soon — each EU country has to introduce its whistleblowing law in 2022. What is the progress, and who is an outsider?
2021 can be a pivotal year for many European countries as a chance for legislative initiatives. The same goes for Hungary with its long history of corruption prevention attempts and new whistleblowing regulation. How relevant is Hungarian strategy in the new decade?
Malta has been proved to be controversial when it comes to whistleblower protection. One of the few countries with the most comprehensive laws is also the one with a notorious corruption scandal and threatened whistleblowers. Should we jump to conclusions and say that whistleblowing in Malta didn't work out?