Do you have 50 employees or more? In that case, the new Directive 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 applies to you. According to the directive, all private and public organizations with more than 50 employees must establish a secure notification channel guaranteeing the protection of whistleblowers.
|What does the European Union demand?||How can FaceUp help you?|
|Establish a secure reporting channel for internal purposes, which should be separate from the company's usual communication tools.|
Your employees can use our web platform or mobile application to send reports.
|Ensure that the sender of the report receives an acknowledgment of receipt.|
The status of the report can be monitored by the sender after logging in directly on the FaceUp website.
|Appoint impartial persons who will work with reports.|
Your selected employees will have access to reports to suit your corporate structure.
|Examine the report, provide a whistleblower with feedback on the solution, and take the necessary corrective action.|
You can communicate with the sender and ask him/her for more information, that you need.
|Ensure the confidentiality of communication between the solver and the whistleblower.|
Only the administrators appointed by you will receive reports. We, no third party or other employees have access to them.
|Provide information on taken whistleblowing measures to the competent authorities.|
We are constantly developing our system so that it always meets all the requirements of the European Union and state administration bodies.
|Process the provided data in accordance with the GDPR.|
We process personal data in accordance with the GDPR regulation.
|Maintain a system for archiving individual reports.|
The FaceUp Web Administration serves as a database of reports received through FaceUp and other channels.
|Protect whistleblowers from retaliation.|
Whistleblowers can communicate anonymously through the FaceUp.
A directive of the European Parliament and of the EU Council on the protection of whistleblowers has been adopted, known as the "Whistleblowing Directive".
All private companies in the EU with more than 250 employees, municipalities with more than 10,000 inhabitants and public entities with more than 50 employees must have a functioning reporting channel under this Directive.
An internal reporting channel complying with the requirements of this Directive must be established by all legal entities with more than 50 employees.