An informant or whistleblower is a person who reports irregularities of which he is aware in the course of his work.
The irregularities concerned spans a wide range of actions such as crimes or offenses, corruption, breach of security, abuse of power, management errors, conflicts of interest but also more indeterminate problems of loyalty to the company, respect organizational values, behaviors (psychological / sexual harassment…), etc.
Thus, the Federal Chambers are currently analyzing a draft law from the Federal Council on “whistleblowing”.
The new bill will require companies to design an organization to host and process employee alerts. This law will prohibit the employee from going directly to the public for a certain period of time.
For companies, the stakes are high. At a time when the demand for transparency of economic actors is only increasing, it is essential to anticipate future legislative changes because:
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1) Assist you in setting up a mechanism to process reports:
The establishment of a whistleblowing process involves 3 steps:
2) To serve as an external alert receiver