ALL YOU NEED IN ONE EASY WHISTLEBLOWING TOOL
EasyWhistle is a secure and easy-to-use solution for anonymous two-way communication that meets the requirements of the European Union's whistleblowing directive. The service is suitable for companies and organisations of all sizes - including those that are not required by the applicable law to implement an internal reporting channel for reporting abuse and suspected misconduct.
The EasyWhistle whistleblowing system enables continuous two-way communication between the notifier and the company representatives in a secure and completely anonymous manner. The Whistleblower does not have to provide any identifiers about himself, such as email addresses, names, or phone numbers. The system also anonymises the attachments by deleting all credentials and metadata.
Cut down your risks and avoid possible stains in the public image. Implement a solution to the EU's Whistleblowing Directive now. Detection and early intervention of irregularities are in the interest of both the company and employees. Also, this can save a lot of money.
BENEFITS OF THE WHISTLEBLOWING SYSTEM
By providing an anonymous reporting channel and protecting the Whistleblower, you encourage employees and stakeholders to report any abuse they find.
An anonymous reporting channel prevents and reduces abuses. At the same time, the well-being of employees will improve as psychological safety and equality increase. An ethical approach brings credibility and is in the best interest of the company.
Effective and timely response to all forms of abuse can protect against potential reputational damage and avoid worse consequences. At the same time, there is also an opportunity to learn from mistakes and prevent new abuses and uproar in the future.
By using an appropriate tool, you can ensure the security of honest communications now and in the future. At the same time, you also outsource the maintenance and development of the notification channel to a competent partner.
Why is anonymous reporting important?
A whistleblower is any person who anonymously reports possible misconduct, such as corruption, harassment, discrimination, or other worrying suspicions, in a company or organisation.
Ensuring the anonymity of the Whistleblower is the key to ensuring that notifiers are potentially retaliated against. Also, the EU Whistleblower Directive, which entered into force in October 2019, sets requirements to protect whistleblowers back. At this point, a safe Whistleblowing system becomes necessary.
It is in the company's best interest that employees and other stakeholders can report any misconduct they find. It is a different matter to tell things in one's name than anonymously without fear of stigma or retaliation.