The new Australia whistleblowing law will come into force on 1 July 2019. Even a small company with 50 employees can be affected under the new law. We have summarised what’s new and provide a few tips to help you to prepare what you need in the next few months.
Want to know how to prepare a sound speak up policy like a pro even if you are not a professional writer? No matter if you are working on one or reviewing an existing policy, these notes certainly save your time to research what to write.
Your employees are not sure how to reach out to report misconduct after your whistleblowing programme was launched 47 months ago. Does this sound familiar to you?
When you have a conversation with your employees about reporting a concern or misconduct, what do you think they are going to ask you about the whistleblowing hotline?
If you are still using Excel or you find it challenging to mange your case assignment, you should not miss the event-based routing features.
If you see your employee reporting rate is low — don’t feel satisfied about it. Try to find out why. Most likely your employees do not want to use hotline. Here are the two directions you can review and improve the likeliness of employees using your hotline.
Many believed that millennials will change the business landscape and traditional business model. Learn how to cultivate a culture that works for the millennials workforce.
Employees often think the employer or HR is spying on them. This may be one of the reason why anonymous reporting would help them to be honest to you.
When employees don't speak up, you lose insight to your organisation’s health. Any misconduct or fraud can bring down your business. Learn why they don’t speak up anymore.
It is time to rethink your strategy and how can you capitalise on your employees' concern to help you make better decisions for growing your company.