EU Whistleblower Protection Directive Essentials

Following the introduction of the EU Whistleblower Protection Directive on 21 December 2021, EU member states and institutions have been working diligently to incorporate the regulations into their existing national laws. The primary objective of the Directive is to enhance safeguarding measures throughout EU nations for individuals who wish to disclose violations of EU regulations or unethical workplace misconduct. Those opting to make reports must now have accessible reporting avenues and be shielded from reprisals, among other stipulations outlined in the Directive.

A recently published article authored by Charlotte Emerson, discusses why companies need a compliant whistleblowing system, reporting best practices, and benefits of having a whistleblowing system in place and demonstrates best practices.

These are the upcoming dates for our Annual General Meetings:

Thursday, 21 March 2024
Thursday, 20 March 2025