Confidential advisor

What is a confidential advisor?

A confidential advisor is a person who can help you with issues regarding misconduct in your working environment. There are two type of confidential advisor. A ‘Confidential Advisor for Inappropriate Behaviour’ can help you with issues that have hurt or offended you and led you to feel unsafe at work. You can go to a ‘Confidential Advisor for Workplace Integrity’, to safely report suspected misconduct. You can report issues that could be damaging to the company. These two roles are often combined.

What does a confidential advisor

do?

As an external Confidential Advisor for Inappropriate Behaviour and Workplace Integrity you can discuss both types of misconduct with me. I listen to you and help you make an informed decision.

Inappropriate behaviour

This is about issues concerning relations, communication and

management that have hurt or offended you and led you to feel

unsafe at work.

Possible issues may be bullying, intimidation, sexual harassment,

aggression, violence or discrimination.

Workplace integrity

This is about suspected misconduct. You can report issues that could be damaging to the company, such as theft, fraud, abuse of power, violation of the rules and improper behaviour.

Confidentiality

Everything you discuss remains confidential, unless a serious criminal offence has been committed that leaves the confidential advisor in a moral dilemma.

Quality

I am a certified Confidential Advisor for Inappropriate Behaviour and Workplace Integrity.

How does it work?

You can contact me at any moment or just schedule an online appointment. At the moment all meetings are remotely, by telephone or by Zoom. I am not there to take the problem off your hands. You are in control. I assess what is essential for you and suggest ways in which you can deal with the situation. You can also see a confidential advisor simply to get things off your chest. You do not necessarily have to take action. Employee information
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The role of a confidential advisor (Van Oss)

Confidential advisor

What is a confidential advisor?

A confidential advisor is a person who can help you with issues regarding misconduct in your working environment. There are two type of confidential advisor. A ‘Confidential Advisor for Inappropriate Behaviour’ can help you with issues that have hurt or offended you and led you to feel unsafe at work. You can go to a ‘Confidential Advisor for Workplace Integrity’, to safely report suspected misconduct. You can report issues that could be damaging to the company. These two roles are often combined.

What does a confidential advisor do?

As an external Confidential Advisor for Inappropriate Behaviour and Workplace Integrity you can discuss both types of misconduct with me. I listen to you and help you make an informed decision.

Inappropriate behaviour

This is about issues concerning relations, communication and

management that have hurt or offended you and led you to feel

unsafe at work.

Possible issues may be bullying, intimidation, sexual harassment,

aggression, violence or discrimination.

Workplace integrity

This is about suspected misconduct. You can report issues that could be damaging to the company, such as theft, fraud, abuse of power, violation of the rules and improper behaviour.

Confidentiality

Everything you discuss remains confidential, unless a serious criminal offence has been committed that leaves the confidential advisor in a moral dilemma.

Quality

I am a certified Confidential Advisor for Inappropriate Behaviour and Workplace Integrity.

How does it work?

You can contact me at any moment or just schedule an online appointment. At the moment all meetings are remotely, by telephone or by Zoom. I am not there to take the problem off your hands. You are in control. I assess what is essential for you and suggest ways in which you can deal with the situation. You can also see a confidential advisor simply to get things off your chest. You do not necessarily have to take action. Employee information
The role of a confidential advisor (Van Oss)