Impact encourages openness and transparency in its commitment to the highest standard of integrity and accountability. Part of the way of achieving that is to provide a mechanism to allow employees to raise concerns (or whistle blow) about malpractice and impropriety directly to senior management.

Whistleblowing, or the disclosure of information relating to a suspected wrong-doing may include activities such as bribery and corruption, malpractice in relation to health, safety or the environment, financial malpractice, fraud, criminal activity or failure to comply with legal obligations, improper conduct or unethical behaviour (including harassment), or other unethical or unacceptable conduct and attempts to conceal any of these.

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