NAVEX Global clients
40 million
Medians or Midpoints
WEB HELPLINE OPEN DOOR MOBILE E-MAIL
& 1,650clients with 10+ reports ...
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The 2013 Compliance Helpline Benchmark Report Statistical Snapshot Infographic

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Get the key facts about the NAVEX Global 2012 Benchmarking data. Learn about the number of total reports, criteria for report inclusion, number of industries represented, key differences in methodology and more. Learn why benchmarking your hotline data is important. Explore best practices and learn the difference between internal and external benchmarks. The data in your hotline and case management system yields insights about your organizational culture, policies, workforce education and training, awareness programs and more.

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The 2013 Compliance Helpline Benchmark Report Statistical Snapshot Infographic

  1. 1. NAVEX Global clients 40 million Medians or Midpoints WEB HELPLINE OPEN DOOR MOBILE E-MAIL & 1,650clients with 10+ reports in 2012 Representing more than Reflects all intake methods Our data COVERS 21 industries, and an additional 45 SUB-INDUSTRIES. 8,000+ It starts with the 2013 compliance helpline benchmark report STATISTICAL SNAPSHOT employees with hotline/helpline services clients on a NAVEX Global case management system6,300 CLEAN SCRUB DATA+REMOVE ANOMALIES ={ 370,000 (REPORTS IN 2012 ) 1.5 Million Reports in the last five years We Use TO REDUCE THE IMPACT OF OUTLIERS Normal ranges identify extreme data points as potential areas for concern. Medians and ranges provide context to your benchmarks. info@navexglobal.com +1 (866) 297-0224 navexglobal.com
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