Local vs. Central Intake and Case Management: What the EU Whistleblower Directive Requires

Resource Ethics and Compliance

One of the biggest challenges to come out of the EU Whistleblower Protection Directive is how companies should adopt local vs. centralized case management. The Directive requires that entities with 249+ employees offer local reporting and case management, in addition to a global, or central channel. So where should companies direct employees to report? What unique challenges does this requirement pose? And how should they navigate different Member State nuances?


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Asha Palmer

Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer


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Noshin Kahn

Compliance Counsel


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