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Wednesday 31st March 2021. Despite well documented evidence that an open and transparent culture leads to a healthier, happier and more productive workforce, recent Say So research reveals care sector providers are continuing to resist developing a truly
Say So is currently running a workplace survey into the openness and transparency of organisations and looking at the data we are already seeing some really interesting findings.
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Huge advances have been made to encourage and accommodate workers who report failures in service and major wrongdoing across all industries. In particular, the NHS and the banking and finance world are leading the way to provide the right circumstances and culture within companies for staff to report matters of concern. The CQC obligates care providers to have a robust and effective ‘whistleblowing’ policy that specifically mentions the merits of a reporting service that is independent from the care provider.
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