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IntegrityLog can automate whistleblowing for your company, save you time and ensure you comply, easily and securely. Everything is tailored to the requirements of your specific organisation.
You’ll receive your own unique url for whistleblowing, accessible for both employees and compliance. We’ll make sure the process is in line with local guidelines relating to personal data management, and you can choose whether Anonymous Alerts (AA’s) are included.
At every step, you can view a dashboard showing all unconfirmed, expiring and managed actions, so you always know where you are on any case. Download a report anytime to view useful company info relating to the number and type of alerts and how many are still being investigated, or are closed.
You have complete control over the data fields in IntegrityLog. This means you can make the system fit perfectly with your company policy and the local legislation.
IntegrityLog follows all best practices to protect the privacy of whistleblowers. The platform is fully compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
IntegrityLog can be tailored to fit seamlessly with your company’s signature look. You can specify your own graphics and colours to deliver a smooth experience that inspires trust.
Yes, they became mandatory within the EU with the EU Whistleblowing Directive. The system should be comprised of confidential reporting channels, such as a web portal and a dedicated phone line.
All public and private organisations with 250 or more employees and municipalities serving more than 10,000 people must create an internal reporting system for whistleblowers by 17th December 2021. For public and private organisations with 50-249 employees, the deadline is 17th December 2023.
Organisations may also decide to employ an independent ombuds function for this purpose. But they may also choose to appoint internal stakeholders to process the reports. In any case, the individual looking into the report should respond to the whistleblower with details of any actions to be taken and the reasons behind the decisions. The EU Whistleblowing Directive dictates that organisations must respond to internal disclosures within three months of receiving a report.
In the EU, it depends on the country/countries you operate in. The directive states in Article 6 that it is up to each member state to decide whether organisations can accept anonymous reports in their jurisdictions. So, you should consult the local laws to know if anonymous reporting is allowed.
Yes, IntegrityLog can be paired with a telephone hotline, for example. Both of these internal reporting channels can complement each other. The whistleblowers that are worried about having their voice recognized can submit reports through IntegrityLog’s online portal.