Last Updated: 2023-08-22
Who can file a report on a wrongdoing?
- A person working in the Company based on any type of the existing or former contract (employment, consulting, internship, volunteering, etc.),
- a self-employed person,
- a shareholder,
- a person belonging to the company's administrative, management or supervisory body,
- external consultants, partners based on the contractual or precontractual relationship or
- any natural person working under the supervision and guidance of contractors, subcontractors or service providers.
Which wrongdoings can be reported?
- Offences or crimes that have been, are being or are likely to be committed;
- non-compliance with the laws;
- breach of internal rules, policies and procedures;
- miscarriage of justice;
- act or omission that is discriminatory, grossly negligent or constitutes gross mismanagement;
- fraud, financial malpractice or impropriety;
- criminal activity, including bribery and corruption;
- improper, unethical behaviour of employees;
- attempts to destroy any information of wrongdoing;
- attempts to conceal a wrongdoing.
This is a non-exhaustive list of examples, there may be other situations, acts, or circumstances that can cause one’s concern and shall be reported.
How to report a wrongdoing?
Please report on a wrongdoing using the following e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. and you will be informed on the process of the investigation.
What are your rights and guarantees?
Everyone including employees who file a notification or concern about wrongdoing in the Company shall be guaranteed all the guarantees that are foreseen by the Law on Whistleblower’s Protection (hereinafter - the Law) and Directive (EU) 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2019 on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law.
Employees shall not be discriminated against or experience any other negative impact because of their concerns raised or notifications of wrongdoing in the Company.