In an age that is sadly, filled with crime and employees that are not always necessarily on the same page as you and your company…internal damage to companies and their finances or private documents are a real threat. As the owner of a business, you know how much of your time, effort, man power and finances go into making a business successful, therefore you should want to protect your company and take the necessary precautionary measures to ensure that nothing is threatening the growth and or success of your company.
Encouraging whistle blowing by providing your employees with a Whistle Blowing Hotline can benefit your company by bringing any wrongdoing (even at the early stages) to the organisations attention. Even if employees only “suspect something may be amiss”, the early questions posed by them can help to detect anything that may be on the rise – catching a criminal well before the concern escalates into a large problem, is key.
What is a Whistleblowing hotline?
When you apply for a Whistle Blowers hotline, you will receive a unique free call telephone number for verbal reports and an email address, postal address and fax number for written reports. This service offers a 24-hour anonymous hotline to all members and the calls are fielded by an experienced and professionally trained team of operators. This team also make every attempt to provide the caller with professional advice on corrective action, given the information they have received regarding the incident.
More about us…
Whistle Blowers is proud to say that we have been successfully running an independent and confidential service for over 14 years now. We are accredited members of the Ethics Institute of South Africa and therefore assure our clients of the best, trustworthy practice possible.
Whistle Blowers have a global footprint, which means we provide our Whistle Blowing services all over the world. The countries we currently deliver our services to include South Africa, India, the United Kingdom, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, Egypt, Zambia, DRC, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Swaziland, Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria.