Moving Ethics Hotline Vendors? Avoid The Pain of Change

by Amanda Nieweler
Why are some companies so reluctant to change from one vendor to another? Especially when the existing vendor makes a company feel nothing but frustration? The biggest culprit is likely fear. Fear of the unknown. Fear of the work involved in moving from one vendor to another. Fear of 'what if we made the wrong decision'? But in the back of your mind, and in the interest of the company, you are coming to the conclusion that your organization needs to start looking for a better alternative to manage your ethics hotline. But that ol' fear kicks in!

WBS is Sponsoring the National Corporate Ethics and Integrity Summit

by Amanda Nieweler
WhistleBlower Security is proud to be sponsoring The Conference Board of Canada’s National Corporate Ethics and Integrity Summit taking place on April 10th-11th in Toronto.

International Women's Day - The Fight for Gender Parity

by Amanda Nieweler
"Each time a woman stands up for herself, without knowing it possibly, without claiming it, she stands up for all women." ~ Maya Angelou Today around the world, women are standing up for each other in celebration of International Women's Day. And pushing for Gender Parity. We've just wrapped up the first half of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, and as we get ready to bring the world together for the 2018 Paralympics on March 9th, I thought it would be interesting to celebrate achievements of women in the Olympics, past and present.

Whistleblowing Wins at the Oscars

by Amanda Nieweler
“We dedicate this award to Dr. Grigory Rodchenkov, our fearless whistleblower who now lives in great danger. We hope ‘Icarus’ is a wake-up call — yes, about Russia, but more than that, about the importance of telling the truth, now more than ever.” ~ Director Bryan Fogel, acceptance speech, Icarus, feature documentary

Is a wearable tracking wristband ethical?

by Amanda Nieweler
Those distant days of looking up from your personal work area to greet your co-worker, ask about their weekend, or rumble about last night's hockey game, are are just that, distant. Don't let your eyes wander for just a moment, because by doing so your hand shifts slightly to the left where it isn't supposed to be. Thus triggering ringing bells and vibrating technology, blinking and flashing lights... and everyone looking right at you! Your employer knows that precious nano seconds were just wasted because you quickly brushed a bit of hair from your eye.

How does your organization put a stop to workplace bullying?

by Amanda Nieweler
Pink Shirt Day is celebrated on various dates around the world. Today, February 28, we're celebrating it in Canada. How did it start? Some highschool kids in Nova Scotia, Canada witnessed a Grade 9 boy being bullied for wearing pink to school. Thee highschool kids took a stand against the bullying. They protested by distributing pink t-shirts to all the boys in their school. Today, many employees are wearing pink to protest bullying in the workplace too.