The Whistleblower Directive (WFD) helps ensure that individuals working for or in contact with public or private organizations are protected from reprisals for reporting violations of Union law that affect the public interest. These whistleblowers play a critical role in detecting and stopping violations and can help ensure that the public interest is served. However, potential whistleblowers may be reluctant to report their concerns or suspicions for fear of reprisals. The transposition of this Directive into the national law of EU Member States is intended to ensure balanced and effective protection of whistleblowers at the EU and international level.
Reporting office for internal and external complaints of Südmetall:
Thomas Göbel – email@example.com – Tel. +49 (0)172 1434385