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  • What is ‘whistleblowing’? Most people will have heard of 'whistleblowing' from the high-profile cases reported in the media. Following the recent economic crisis there have been numerous examples of whistleblowing in the financial and banking sector. Put at its simplest, whistleblowing occurs when an employee or worker provides certain types of information, usually to the employer or a regulator, which has come to their attention through work. The whistleblower is usually not directly, personally affected by the danger or illegality, although they may be. Whistleblowing is therefore ‘making a disclosure in the public interest’ and occurs when a worker raises a concern about danger or illegality that affects others, for example members of the public. 
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    1. 1. WhistleblowingWithAdrian™
    2. 2. is more Commonly Called …Blowing The Whistle or Whistleblowing !“Making A Disclosure in the Public Interest”WithAdrian™
    3. 3. Whistleblowing is NOT about “SNITCHING”It is about …Informing Superiors of Malpractices or Wrongdoings in the WorkplaceTo Protect …1. The General Public2. Other Work Colleagues and ContractorsWithAdrian™
    4. 4. Whistleblowers can ask for their concerns to betreated in confidence and such wishes willalways be respectedEmployees will not be penalised for informingmanagement about any MalpracticeWithAdrian™
    5. 5. Types of Malpractice:1. Improper behaviour2. Illegal behaviour3. Negligent behaviour4. Threats to an individual’s health and safety5. Damage to the Environment6. Deliberate attempt to cover up any of the aboveWithAdrian™
    6. 6. Employees Should Inform their Line Manager ImmediatelyIn more serious cases (for example, if the allegation isabout the actions of their line manager), the employeeshould raise the Malpractice with a more Senior ManagerEmployee ActionsWithAdrian™
    7. 7. 1. Make the disclosure in good faith (which means withhonest intent and without malice)2. Reasonably believe that the information is substantiallytrue3. Reasonably believe you are making the disclosure tothe correct Superior PersonEmployee ActionsWithAdrian™
    8. 8. Managers are Responsible ALL Malpractices are taken Seriouslyand Ensure the Following:-1. The Reported Malpractice is investigated2. Provide an objective assessment of the Malpractice3. Provide Progress to the Employee Reporting the Malpractice4. Implement Necessary Actions to Resolve the MalpracticeManagement ActionsWithAdrian™
    9. 9. Silence is NOT always Golden !Thank YouPlease Remember …WithAdrian™
    10. 10. WithAdrian@gmail.comWithAdrianWithAdrian@WithAdrianAdrian Beale…WithAdrian™
    11. 11. Things I would like to do againLead initiatives, spark creativity, explore insights,cultivate brands, strengthen companies, build teams,encourage others, challenge myselfWithAdrian™
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