EU Whistleblowing Directive — the burden of proof

You accused someone of fraud, harassment, retaliation — what happens next? Who proves what? EU Whistleblowing Directive gives us a guide on that.
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Are ethics hotlines efficient?

If everyone knew how much money saves the hotlines, all the companies would have it. And even more, they would encourage employees to report. Check the facts with us to see there is nothing delusional about good returns from whistleblowing.
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Cost of the whistleblowing hotline | Tips and rules

How much it costs you — to have a hotline? Or whistleblowing platform? We start our explanatory series of articles on whistleblowing services - here we'll break down the price components and drivers. And more insights are coming!
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Guilty fashion — whistleblowers in Converse?

More cases from the world of whistleblowing, and now in the world of fashion — did Converse actually steal the designs? And what for should we wait next when it comes to social media?
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LuxLeaks settlement — whistleblowers pay the price

LuxLeaks is never over and we got another proof — just recently the whistleblower was fined for disclosing the information on the company involved in tax evasion. Who wins this time - whistleblowers or corporations?
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Whistleblowers do not trust hotlines?

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.
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Whistleblowing Law — how to protect and react to whistleblowers 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?
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Who are they: whistleblowers or spies? | The US Espionage Act

Whistleblowers may end up in the centre of a moral dilemma — be a good citizen for their home country or disclose the information of public importance and qualify as a spy. What is it like in the USA - the country with the highest number of scandalous whistleblowers?
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Rewards for whistleblowers in South Korea

South Korea has accomplished an amazing job in combating corruption and violation of ethical code — still, we know little about the South Korean approach to whistleblowing. Not only the US rewards whistleblowers, but South Korea - we are shedding light on South Korean story of anti-corruption policy and first visible outcomes.
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Why do we need anonymous whistleblowing?

Your identity makes you special, but also it doesn't leave you anonymous. What makes you to be "you" and how to hide it?
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