The Employee HR Helpline is a service that allows employees to report inappropriate or unethical behavior in the workplace through the phone. Rather than filing an internal formal written complaint about a coworker or a manager, many employees prefer to send in anonymous complaints through their organization’s Employee HR Helpline service.
If an employee is uncomfortable with sharing their concerns in person, the Employee HR Helpline is a good alternative to start off. The Employee HR Helpline also keeps your organization compliant with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) guidance by enabling employees to report complaints.
An employee is treated differently or unfairly because of their age, sexual orientation, gender, race, religion, nationality, disability, pregnancy or maternity.
An employee is met with repeated acts of intimidation, aggressive behavior, exclusion and unreasonable work demands by another employee or a group of colleagues.
An employee experiences a hostile working environment that threatens his or her productivity at work. Many variations of harassment include verbal, physical, and sexual harassment or emotional abuse and cyberbullying.
An employee can report unethical behavior when they witness a violation of moral and legal obligations in the workplace. Unethical behavior constitutes the falsification of company documents, employee theft or violence, misuse of work hours, and more.
Violations of the Law
An employee can report illegal behavior as well as illicit activity taking place in the workplace. Unlawful activity includes criminal activity, failure to pay wages, and bribery.
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