Purpose and scope
The Employment Rights Act 1996 protects workers from being dismissed or otherwise penalised by their employer for reporting malpractices or wrongdoing within the workplace. The Company intends to promote an open and accountable work culture.
The Company recognises the negative effect which malpractice can have on the organisation, and therefore encourages you to raise genuine concerns, or any suspicions you may have concerning misconduct.
This policy is intended to cover concerns that are made in the public interest. If the matter is of an individual or personal nature it should be pursued through the Grievance Procedure. Complaints relating to discrimination, victimisation or harassment should be dealt with through the [Grievance Procedure] [Harassment Policy].
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