Why Whistleblow?

Within Proton Group, we strive to have an open and transparent workplace where misconduct should not occur. We can achieve this together, in part by offering the opportunity to whistleblow. We use an external partner, Visslan, as a whistleblowing channel to ensure your anonymity and high security. By making it easy to report, we collectively aim to promote trust among our employees, customers, and the general public.

Who can report?

You can whistleblow and receive protection under the Whistleblower Act if you are an employee, volunteer, intern, shareholder, individual otherwise available for work under our control and management, or part of our administrative, managerial, or supervisory bodies. Contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers who become aware of misconduct within the company can also report. Terminating or not yet commencing your employment relationship with us is not an obstacle to reporting misconduct.

What can be reported?

We encourage you to whistleblow if you suspect misconduct within the company that is of public interest to be disclosed. You do not need evidence for your suspicion, but all reports must be made in good faith.

How is reporting handled?

Reporting is treated confidentially. All irrelevant personal data will be deleted, and the case will be retained only as long as necessary.

Do you have more questions?

If you have any other concerns or want to know more about our handling of whistleblowing cases, personal data, or workplace issues, please contact the HR department at Proton Group.

Submit your anonymous message here

You can easily and securely report by following the instructions in the form. After sending your message, you will receive a 16-digit code on the screen. Please save the code securely. You will remain anonymous throughout the ongoing dialogue.

Within 7 days, you may receive any follow-up questions or a response from us.

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