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Whistle blowing

04 Aug 2011, 16:24

https://www.intouchfeedback.com/index.a ... 1&Cid=2752

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If your concern relates to your terms and conditions of employment or is a disciplinary or grievance matter then you should follow the established policies already in place at Royal Mail and not make a report via this site.

If your concerns relate more to bullying or harassment by someone in the workplace you should initially raise the issue with a manager who you feel you can confide in.

If this is not possible, or the situation is particularly serious, you should contact the Bullying and Harassment Helpline on 0800 5874777.

If your call relates to a security matter you may wish to contact the Security Helpdesk on 020 7239 6655.

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Re: Whistle blowing

04 Aug 2011, 16:31

If your concern relates to your terms and conditions of employment or is a disciplinary or grievance matter then you should follow the established policies already in place at Royal Mail and not make a report via this site.

If your concerns relate more to bullying or harassment by someone in the workplace you should initially raise the issue with a manager who you feel you can confide in.

If this is not possible, or the situation is particularly serious, you should contact the Bullying and Harassment Helpline on 0800 5874777.

If your call relates to a security matter you may wish to contact the Security Helpdesk on 020 7239 6655.


To be honest...that don't leave much to whistle blow... :neutral:

Re: Whistle blowing

27 Aug 2011, 11:53

bully and harrasment wont help if its against a manager

the manager finds out about it and then you get a ahrd time.
or in my case you get fabricated evidence to get you sacked

Re: Whistle blowing

02 Aug 2013, 15:45

flaminmoses wrote:bully and harrasment wont help if its against a manager

the manager finds out about it and then you get a ahrd time.
or in my case you get fabricated evidence to get you sacked


It worked out fine in my case. Seek advise and don't put up with it.

Re: Whistle blowing

06 Aug 2013, 22:42

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https://www.myroyalmail.com/news/nation ... bad-apples

As the saying goes ‘it only takes one bad apple to ruin the whole barrel’. And it takes a very small minority of colleagues to damage the trust that our customers have in us.

That’s why we count on you, the honest majority, to report crime and any suspicions of crime to the Confidential Security Helpdesk.

A new ‘One bad apple’ security poster has recently been sent out to all Royal Mail Group operational sites.

The posters act as an important reminder that everyone working for RMG has a responsibility to protect the business and to report crime.

The Helpdesk openly welcome calls from staff reporting their suspicions, however unsure they may be. Security Helpdesk Manager Kelly Samuels says: ‘I understand that people may be concerned about reporting suspicions and that it can be very difficult when a colleague is involved.

‘We always try to put callers at ease and although all reports are treated confidentially, we never insist on taking the caller’s name and details if they’d prefer to remain anonymous.’

The Helpdesk can be contacted on 020 7239 6655, the lines are open from 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and callers outside these times can leave a message or call the security duty officer for anything urgent.

Alternatively you can email securityhelpdesk@royalmail.com or send a text to 88771 with SEC and the report you wish to make.

‘We’re here to help, so please get in touch if you have any concerns,’ says Kelly.
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Re: Whistle blowing

02 Sep 2013, 08:42

flaminmoses wrote:bully and harrasment wont help if its against a manager

the manager finds out about it and then you get a ahrd time.
or in my case you get fabricated evidence to get you sacked

Sounds familiar i had greivance in against mine his manager asked me in a one to one if i would drop it he got told to F*** right off.Next thing you no im being harassed on daily basis.Eventually line manager, dom ,cluster manager,and even the appeals manager fabricated evidence and also committed purgury at Employment Tribunal.Though the Judge seemed saddened by story they still found in there favour.This only proves that these corrupt bastards will go to any length to cover up wrong doing even to jeopardise there own career for a lying twat who with his partners in crime were all moved or demoted.Now i have to get the Police involved as between them they have "perverted the course of justice"which itself is a criminal offence. :evil/mad

Re: Whistle blowing

28 Dec 2013, 10:09

I know this is an old thread, but can we use this to report people who are finishing their delivery and going home at 11.30 when they're paid until half 2?

Managers do **** all about it, and it's basically fraud.

Re: Whistle blowing

28 Dec 2013, 12:08

iambic wrote:I know this is an old thread, but can we use this to report people who are finishing their delivery and going home at 11.30 when they're paid until half 2?

Managers do **** all about it, and it's basically fraud.


NO!

Its not fraud if the managers are aware of it and they therefore have approved it officially or unofficially.

To be honest if this is getting your goat and you want to do something about it, I would urge you to tread very carefully and consider your actions carefully as well. Reporting anything as a crime, which is what this system is meant for, you need to be sure it is, otherwise you could open yourself to all sorts of grief. For instance, wasting police time, being investigated for false reporting, bad faith etc

If you want to make your concerns official then other avenues would be best, rather that this "Whistle Blowing"

Re: Whistle blowing

03 Apr 2014, 07:35

I know this is an old thread, but can we use this to report people who are finishing their delivery and going home at 11.30 when they're paid until half 2?


Where's that then, because I want a transfer?

Re: Whistle blowing

26 Apr 2014, 03:03

Gus McCrae wrote:
I know this is an old thread, but can we use this to report people who are finishing their delivery and going home at 11.30 when they're paid until half 2?


Where's that then, because I want a transfer?


Join the queue...

Re: Whistle blowing

01 Oct 2014, 16:01

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/s ... ist-v2.pdf

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Re: Whistle blowing

01 Oct 2014, 17:29

TrueBlueTerrier wrote:https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/360074/bis-14-1077-blowing-the-whistle-to-a-prescribed-person-the-prescribed-persons-list-v2.pdf

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So Whistl Blowing isn't just about reporting mail dumped by the renamed TNT. :shock: :whistle :shock:

Re: Whistle blowing

30 Nov 2015, 15:40

Intouch not working anymore????

Re: Whistle blowing

07 Dec 2015, 23:58

sharktc wrote:Intouch not working anymore????

The link still works...

https://www.intouchfeedback.com/index.a ... 1&Cid=2752

Re: Whistle blowing

08 Dec 2015, 15:28

yeah i know but when you try and start a case that's when it goes wrong :)

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