Employees cannot be fully engaged in their work if there is an ethical or moral concern weighing on their minds. It's important for a company to provide its employees with a mechanism to share their ethical concerns in order to maintain a psychologically safe working environment. Bullseye's Ethics Lifeline is an easy-to-use portal that allows any member of the organization to anonymously speak up about ethical concerns, so leaders can address the issues before they escalate and become public. The BullseyeEngagement Ethics Lifeline empowers you to create a safe, trusting workplace culture where employees can focus on doing their best work.
Having a tool such as the Ethics Lifeline increases the likelihood that employees will actually speak up about critical issues that put your organization at risk. The Ethics Lifeline gives your employees the freedom to come forward with their concerns without the fear of being retaliated against. This incentivizes employees to take action against questionable practices or immoral behavior, even if those practices produce good results for the company.
Ethics Lifeline is a tool for everyone. Whether you are an employee on the factory line or a manager, Ethics Lifeline gives you an outlet to voice your concerns, then immediately alerts designated company leaders so they can be addressed.
Ethics Lifeline provides numerous benefits to organizations in any industry. Here are a few reasons why clients use Ethics Lifeline:
There are three simple steps for leaders to use Ethics Lifeline: View, Act, and Analyze.
Statistics say that employees are less likely to report discrimination, harassment, fraud, and other policy violations if they fear they will be retaliated against. The use of the Ethics Lifeline tool ensures that reporting parties stay anonymous and that only selected leaders can view the message. This means that if there are ethics violations within the organization, the right people are more likely to know about it and corrective actions are more likely to be made because the people that are likely to see it feel safer telling someone about it.