Employers with more than 250 employees in the European Union need to comply with the European Union’s Directive for the protection of persons reporting on breaches of Union law, otherwise known as the EU Whistleblower Directive.
Organizations with 50 and 249 employees must also comply with this legislation by the end of 2023. Please note that this is already the case in some EU states.
Download our whitepaper on the EU Whistleblower Directive – produced in partnership with law firm Bird & Bird – to learn:
- How to handle confidentiality in line with the Directive
- Whether recently terminated employees still need access to misconduct reports they created
- Requirements about anonymity throughout the process