Category Archive for ‘Whistleblowers’

Whistleblower Legislation – “Canada offers Australia a blueprint..” published by University of New Brunswick

Dr. Benjamin Koh blew the whistle on former employee CommInsure in 2016 for their systemic program of denying valid insurance payments. AAP Image/Dave Hunt Janet Austin, University of New Brunswick As the Australian government considers how to incentivise and protect corporate whistleblowers, it could look to Canada’s system. The securities

Whistleblowers need more protection…..

In a recent article written by Mr Tony Boyd, in the Australian Financial Review he states that “whistleblowers need more protection”.  In his article, Mr Boyd states, “Steven Burrell, CEO of the Governance Institute of Australia, said “a robust and independent whistleblowing process that makes employees feel comfortable about fearlessly reporting

Delivering the facts……

Once you have the electronic evidence who will provide the expert evidence in Court? We have already discussed that information can be found on personal or business computers, and mobile devices like iPads, tablets and smart phones. So once the examination of these electronic mediums is completed and the relevant information has

Bank Staff Pressured – The Age article

After reading this very interesting article this morning it is become necessary for the introduction of greater protection of people who wish to disclosure information about workplace misconduct or unethical behavior. Internal policies and procedures assist in the protection of a people that ‘blow the whistle’ but sometimes this is not

STOPline launches their new smart phone APP

Today we have officially launched our new smart phone disclosure APP. This APP was developed to provide easier access for reporting of workplace misconduct and other matters concerning people and culture within the workplace. We developed the APP to ensure that this technology can be used where mandatory reporting is