Whistle Blower Policy

​Roles and Responsibilities

  1. Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) shall be the owner of the process. CHRO shall also ensure that following committees are in place:
  2. Matters which are pending before a Court of Law, State or National Human Rights Commission or any other Commission, Tribunal or any other judiciary or sub judiciary body.
  3. Any matter, after the expiry of one year from the date on which the act constituting violation of human rights is alleged to have been committed.
  4. Allegation, which is not against the interests of ABC Entities/employees as stated above.
  5. Issue raised relates to civil dispute, such property rights, contractual obligations, etc.
  6. Issue raised, relating to service matters, i.e. matters relating to employment such as salary, promotion, etc.

*In case of sexual harassment the Policy for Prevention of Sexual Harassment [PFPOSH] of ABC shall be applicable and the complaint shall be closed as per the process described therein.

Dealing with anonymity

A whistleblower may choose to keep his/her identity anonymous. In such cases, the complaint should be accompanied with strong evidence and data

Confidentiality

The Value Standards Committee will treat all complaints in a confidential and sensitive manner. In specific cases where the criticality and necessity of disclosing the identity of the whistleblower is important , it may be disclosed, on a 'need-to-know-basis', during the investigation process and only with the prior approval of the whistleblower.

Who is a whistle blower officer?

For the purpose of this policy, the Chief Human Resource Officer of ABC or the Company Secretary of ABC (or in his/her absence, the Legal Head) of the relevant Unit/Business would act as the Secretary of the relevant Values Standard Committee .

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