Internal reporting channel and why companies need one
Internal reporting channel and why companies need one!

The importance of internal reporting channels: legal obligations and benefits for the organization. In today’s business world, companies face many challenges, including regulatory compliance, risk management, and maintaining ethical standards. One of the ways in which companies can address these…

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How an anonymous reporting system works.
How an anonymous reporting system works

Guide to understanding the whistleblowing process without fear of reprisals. Introduction Reporting illegal or immoral behavior or activities is important for the safety of society. However, people are often afraid of reprisals if identified. That’s where the anonymous reporting system…

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Illicit practices. How to combat it inside your company?

In order to maintain company integrity and reputation, it is important for companies to take steps to prevent and combat illicit practices in their work environment. Here are some tips to help keep your entity out of legal and ethical…

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The importance of having a report channel
The importance of having a report channel

A whistleblowing channel is important because it allows people to confidentially or anonymously report problems or misconduct that they have witnessed or of which they are victims. This can include misconduct, corruption, abuse of power, discrimination, among others. In addition,…

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Fighting corruption. How a whistleblowing channel can be usedul scaled.
Fighting corruption: How a whistleblowing channel can be useful

A whistleblower channel is a valuable tool in fighting corruption, as it allows citizens and employees to report illegal activities anonymously and securely. This can help identify and combat corruption that may be occurring within an organization or even a…

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Reports submitted through internal or external reporting channels, or publicly disclosed? What does the RGPDI include?

Did you know that… The new General Whistleblower Protection Regime predicts that reports will be submitted through internal or external whistleblowing channels, or made public? The creation of internal reporting channels is mandatory for private and public sector entities employing…

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What are the obligations of an entity following an internal report?

Did you know that The entity receiving an internal report is obliged to notify, within a maximum of 7 days, the receipt to the reporting person, as well as provide him/her with complete and accurate information as to the possibility…

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General Regime for the Protection of Whistleblowers

Did you know that… The new General Rules on Whistleblower Protection and Corruption Prevention have been in force since June 2022 and implement the National Anti-Corruption Strategy 2020-2024. There are now new rights for whistleblowers as well as new obligations…

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Who is a whistleblower?

Under the new General Whistleblower Protection Scheme, any person who reports via an internal or external channel a breach or discloses it publicly, based on information obtained in a current or previous professional relationship, or during any pre-contractual negotiation phase,…

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iBlow featured in ExKlusiva Magazine

Is your organization prepared for the 93/2021 Act? To better understand what changes this law brings, we talked to Constantino Ferreira, from the iBlow.eu team. In your opinion, is this a safer way to protect the reputation of the company…

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