The needs of the modern ethics reporter have changed, and organizations need to mature their speak-up programs to provide the most user-friendly experience; this includes being able to speak in their preferred language. Convercent by OneTrust have announced enhanced global Call Center operations aims to have at least 90 percent of calls handled in a reporter’s preferred language without the assistance of an interpreter to make reporters feel more comfortable and provide more accurate helpline reports.
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The EU Whistleblower Directive sets out a minimum standard on how organizations should handle and respond to reports made by whistleblowers, with the first deadline to comply being December 17, 2021. The requirements include reviewing the performance of any existing whistleblower helplines, and updating internal processes to align with the directive.
By leveraging Convercent’s enhanced call center capabilities and enabling employees to submit reports in their language of choice, organizations can comply with the EU directive and at the same time capture the most accurate and detailed reports possible.
How does the enhanced global call center improve the reporting experience?
The enhanced functionality will offer increased data security to the global customer base currently using Convercent’s Helpline and Case Manager, with call centers in multiple locations around the world. This enhancement builds on the global experience Convercent has established through in-market customer support, tech support, and European data storage.
The enhanced global Call Center operations include a range of features to help organizations improve the reporting experience, including:
Request a demo to learn more about how Convercent’s enhanced global Call Center operations improve the reporting party experience. For information visit Convercent.com.
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