We follow up on all reports we receive. Keeping the information you provide confidential is very important to us, which is why we involve as few people as possible in the investigation.
Generally, people accused of wrongdoing are given the chance to present their side of the situation described in your report. In some cases, this means we may have to disclose your name (this is often necessary with accusations of harassment, for example). If you reveal your name in your report, please tell us if you do not want the person you have accused to know it.
We may have to pass on the information you have reported to public bodies in cases in which this is required.
If our investigation confirms that a compliance breach has occurred, we will take appropriate measures.