How whistleblower reports are handled and investigated?

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When a report is submitted, it will be transmitted to the appropriate department, such as human resources or legal, depending on the nature of the report. They will then evaluate the degree of severity and emergency of the report before starting an investigation.

During the investigation process, all relevant information will be gathered, and individuals involved will be interviewed. The investigation will be conducted in a fair and impartial manner, and all findings will be documented in a final report.

The final report will provide a clear and concise summary of the investigation's findings, including any potential risks or concerns identified. This report will be used to make informed decisions on how to address any issues and prevent them from occurring in the future.

It's important to note that confidentiality is a crucial component of the whistleblower reporting process, and your identity will be protected to the extent possible while still allowing for a thorough investigation.

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