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.
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.
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?
Some time has passed since the advent of the NAPC and the typical Anti-Corruption Program. We surveyed the 100 largest state-owned enterprises in Ukraine for compliance and convenience for potential informants.
We continue a series of studies on the compliance of the largest Ukrainian companies with the norms of anti-corruption legislation. This year, we viewed under the microscope the companies that won the biggest public procurement deals in 2019.
It has been a long time since the NBU Resolution No. 64, which specifies the requirements for building trust lines (confidential reporting mechanism), appeared. We investigated the Internet representations of Ukrainian banks for the availability of hotlines and the peculiarities of their work.