The Whistleblower Act is a Swedish law that came into effect on January 1, 2017. The Whistleblower Act has strengthened the protection against retaliation for employees who report serious misconduct in the employer’s operations.
In all organizations, misconduct may occur despite efforts to the contrary. Through an open and responsible culture, Björkåfrihet can investigate and address any potential misconduct, hopefully at an early stage. Therefore, we are keen on suspected irregularities being reported to us.
If you wish to report misconduct, you can do so completely anonymously. When you contact us, your identity is concealed from those handling the case. No one will be able to trace your information. However, if you desire feedback, you will need to provide a valid email address, which will be encrypted, ensuring your anonymity. You will then receive a link and a password to access our anonymous chat function. No one can see who or where the message is coming from. If you do not wish to receive feedback, you can leave the email address field blank.