Whistleblowing is a fundamental part of good governance, and vital for any business concerned about their ESG score. But whistleblowing rules differ widely between countries, with the UK, US, and now the EU Whistleblowing Directive all mandating differing levels of protection for whistleblowers.

Beyond the regulations, many companies face the challenge of how to implement a whistleblowing solution. Organisations can make it easier for staff to whistleblow, boosting their governance credentials and meeting their regulatory obligations as well.

In this webinar, we reviewed the whistleblowing regulations across the US, UK and EU, what the new EU Directive means, and what best practice looks like for whistleblowing compliance.

The webinar covered:

  • Whistleblowing regulations in the EU, US, and UK
  • The new EU Whistleblowing Directive
  • Elements of a successful whistleblowing programme
  • Navigating differences between jurisdictions
  • How to deal with a whistleblowing complaint
  • Whistleblowing and ESG

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VinciWorks’ whistleblowing reporting solution

Whistleblowing reporting dashboard

On 17 December 2021, the EU Whistleblowing Directive came into force. While some countries are behind in transposing the regulation into national law, there are a minimum set of whistleblowing standards that should be adhered to. The regulation requires certain businesses to establish channels and procedures for internal reporting.

Our whistleblowing reporting solution is ready to be implemented today. The tool allows businesses to capture all breaches, complaints and issues in one secure framework to mitigate organisational risk in real time.