Government agencies are required by law to provide a means for public servants who suspect wrongdoing to report it, with a responsibility to take appropriate action and protect the reporter’s identity.
Corporations, banks, insurers, superannuation entities and trustees and incorporated associations or body corporates (including not for profits) which trade or provide financial services, are also required to have a whistleblower policy and inform staff who to make protected disclosures how and to whom they can report their concerns.
We provide a cost effective and efficient reporting scheme that allows your employees to confidentially report their concerns. On receiving a complaint, we expertly triage the concern with a 48 hour response time to reporters, reporting to your team and risk management.
All disclosures are handled confidentially and in accordance with mandatory requirements.
Our reporting systems can be implemented nationwide, with staff and offices along the east coast of Australia, including Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne. Contact us to speak to a consultant.