Public interest disclosure policy
Employee concern policy
Reporting misconduct policy
Protected disclosure policy
Ethics reporting policy
Concerns at work policy
Disclosure of wrongdoing policy
What is a Whistleblowing Policy?
Whistleblowing Policies communicate a staff member’s right to make certain disclosures about wrongdoings within the organisation they work for without fear of reprisals. A Whistleblowing Policy explains which disclosures are protected and how an organisation’s staff members can make a protected disclosure. For more information, read Whistleblowing
When should I use a Whistleblowing Policy?
Use this Whistleblowing Policy:
- to let staff members know how to make any necessary whistleblowing disclosures
- to demonstrate a commitment to upholding staff members’ rights in relation to whistleblowing
- if your organisation employs staff members in England, Wales or Scotland