Posts tagged with ‘Speak Up’

  • Blog
    one to one

    5 Top Tips to Make the Most of a 1:1 with a Reporter

    - by Vault Platform

    If you’re involved with 1:1 interactions with misconduct reporters, whether virtually or in person, we’ve got five handy tips to share to help you make the most of your discussions.

  • Press
    Lift our Voices

    Vault Platform and Lift our Voices Join Forces to Protect Workplace Misconduct Reporters

    - by Vault Platform

    LONDON, SAN FRANCISCO & NEW YORK: Vault Platform, the pioneering workplace ethics and compliance solution, has partnered with advocacy organization…

  • Blog
    Workplace bullying

    Moving the Needle on Workplace Bullying

    - by Vault Platform

    In companies where culture is toxic, bullying and abusive treatment are considered leadership strengths, and intimidation is a tactic to prevent employees from speaking up, misconduct is not just an isolated act; it is woven into the fabric of the company. 

  • Blog
    Speaking up at work

    5 Top Tips to Encourage Employees to Speak Up

    - by Vault Platform

    It often falls to E&C professionals to empower employees to feel comfortable enough to Speak Up, safe in the knowledge that they’ll be heard and that appropriate actions will be taken. So what’s the best way to approach misconduct reporting to develop a speak-up culture?

  • Blog
    Pitching to the board

    How to pitch E&C ideas to your Board to build a Speak Up culture

    - by Vault Platform

    Here’s how E and C professionals can successfully pitch ideas to the Board, speak up about an organization’s impact, and be heard.

  • Blog
    Woman Speaking Up

    What Does a Speak-Up Culture Look Like?

    - by Vault Platform

    Amidst the rise of social movements, environmental crises, ongoing pandemic concerns, and ethical lapses in the news, companies must be ready to listen and prepared to respond in the form of a robust Speak-Up culture.

  • Blog

    A culture of respect needs the right tools as well as the right tone

    - by James Middleton

    This week saw the swearing-in of US President Joe Biden, who set a strong tone for inclusion and respect when he warned that any political appointee showing disrespect would be fired on the spot. Conduct is set out by your policies and codes and sets the framework and the boundaries for how your people are expected to behave in the workplace. But conduct doesn’t guarantee behavior – this is where culture comes in. 

  • Blog

    Nasdaq sends strong signal on importance of diversity

    - by Neta Meidav

    In a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) the proposal will require most Nasdaq-listed companies to have at least two diverse directors, including one who self-identifies as female and one who self-identifies as either an underrepresented minority or LGBTQ+. Companies that are not able to meet these requirements must be able to publicly explain why.

  • Blog
    integrity

    Business integrity is not optional and silence is the enemy

    - by Vault Platform

    “Recognize that integrity is not an optional subject anymore. You’ve got to get over your discomfort as a leader and recognize that silence and ambiguity are the enemies of integrity. This is part of the leadership that your employees and the world need from you.”

  • Blog
    Speak up culture

    4 steps to an effective speak up program

    - by Neta Meidav

    Every organization will have misconduct at some point in some form, it’s a statistical probability and has little bearing on how ‘good’ a culture is. So a good speak up program becomes about uncovering or surfacing misconduct and resolving it before it grows and enables a toxic culture.