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SeeHearSpeakUp is a unique external and independent global whistleblowing service which allows your employees to report matters without fear.

Our staff are qualified and experienced investigators who are trained in interview techniques to ensure that they extract all relevant information from those providing the information.

Our clients include publicly listed companies, government departments, state owned enterprises and private equity backed organisations.

The SeeHearSpeakUp service encourages employees to report issues that are of concern to them and the information can be of great benefits to the employer organisation by providing an early warning of instances of fraud, health and safety issues or other areas of misconduct.

We are proud to offer our unique services to all types of organisations operating both domestically and internationally, as well as our ability to tailor those services to our client’s individual needs. We also continually adapt and enhance our services to meet with ever-changing international whistleblowing/hotline legislation.

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Latest Blog Posts

Whistleblowing Tips for Small Businesses

Small businesses may not think that it is necessary to introduce a whistleblowing policy or procedure in their organisation. Many...

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See, Hear and Speak Up

The UK's Public Information Disclosure Act 1998 was introduced in order to ensure there was comprehensive protection in place for...

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The best whistleblowing and anti-fraud solution

As a counter-fraud investigator of many years, nothing surprises me when it comes to the various types of devious behaviour...

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An anti-fraud solution for charities

Like most sectors, charities are vulnerable to fraud and can be easy targets for criminals. With an annual UK income...

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New criminal finance bill targeting Employers

Prime Minister Theresa May is pushing forward an expansion of current legislation to target white-collar crime originally proposed by former...

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Tough new fines loom for safety slip-ups

If you thought a breach of health and safety regulations would just result in a rap over the knuckles, new...

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Bribery – How driving down dangerous roads could prove costly

The Bribery Act 2010 remains one of the most far-reaching pieces of legislation dealing with the threat of bribery and...

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Are businesses doing enough to encourage whistleblowing?

In America, the Wells Fargo fake accounts scandal drew lots of media attention over the last year. The scandal highlighted...

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Whistleblowing rules in the financial services industry

Despite the introduction of the UK’s Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 and the subsequent Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013...

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Care Home providers turning to whistleblowing service providers

Care home providers across the UK and Ireland are required by law to provide national standards of quality and...

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