Who is a stakeholder ?

Stakeholders are often defined as entities or individuals that can reasonably be expected to be significantly affected by the organization's activities, products and/ or services; and whose actions can reasonably be expected to affect the ability of the organization to successfully implement its strategies and achieve its objectives. This includes entities or individuals whose rights under laws or international conventions provide them with legitimate claims vis-à-vis the organization.

So if you are an employee, shareholder, vendor, associate, consultant, customer or any person internal or external to the organization affected by it then you are a stakeholder. As a stakeholder you have a duty to speak up and  express your concerns about the existence of any unethical, illegal or immoral practice, product or procedure prevalent in the organization to its top brass.

Who is a whistleblower?
Who is a stakeholder ?
Who can report and how?
What information can you report?
What should the report contain?
What happens to the information?
How to remain anonymous?
Processing of anonymous reports
Responsible Reporting
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