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Ultimate Guide to Whistleblowing Hotlines

Why would a company need a whistleblowing hotline?  Well it's simple. Employees are the eyes and ears to all the activity happening in the workplace. They see and hear everything. And their voice is a valuable tool into understanding and analyzing the inner workplace culture.

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4 Ways Good Leaders Make Corporate Culture Completely Awesome

Keeping Your Corporate Culture Healthy and Energetic "I work in a company that discourages speaking up and I love it", said no employee ever. In fact, more employees are seeking out potential employers with a specific cultural DNA that not only encourages speaking up, but also does not retaliate. Not long ago, the phrase "corporate culture" would have sparked a choir of groans. 

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Ethics Evolve - so Should an Organization's Culture

Ethics hotlines are the foundation for a culture Your workplace culture has likely undergone a slight transformation over the past few months. And that's okay. A workplace culture is a living and breathing entity that will change and morph over time depending on any given situation that arises. Coronavirus for example.

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Got an Ethics Hotline? Make Them Believe It!

Lack of communication! It's a phrase that's often heard in the workplace. Office-dwellers have said it, even more of us have heard it. But how does this phrase translate into the success of a whistleblower hotline or ethics reporting program?

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How Important Are Whistleblowers In Society?

News of the day is that not only do we need whistleblowers, but we need protections in place to ensure they can come forward and not be persecuted for speaking up and doing the right thing.

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Ethics reporting is too expensive, and other lies we tell ourselves

We tell ourselves little white lies all the time... Hitting the snooze button three times on a workday won't set me back that much. Happy hour is not going to stand in the way of making it to that 6 a.m. workout class tomorrow. Veggie chips count as a vegetable, right? We see the same when talking to companies about ethics reporting programs.

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