Three Key Findings from our 2016 Hotline Benchmark Report

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When organizations use a hotline service to capture employee concerns, they introduce valuable data into their compliance programs. However, without knowing how you fare against your peers, data becomes less valuable and meaningful. In our 2016 Hotline Benchmark Report, we compiled data from more than 2,300 hotline and case management clients to provide a comprehensive look at hotline reporting across multiple industries. Here are a few of our key findings.

 

With so many whistleblower protection laws put in place in the last few years—not to mention the increased media attention on whistleblowers—employees may be more willing to disclose their names.


Download the full report to gain deeper insights into how your organization’s compliance program compares to your peers.


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