Aalto community's ethical channel

Aalto University and its affiliates have an ethical channel where employees, students and other members of the university community and our stakeholders can report misconduct. The link to the ethical channel can be found at the bottom of the homepage of ACRE.
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Ethical channel is a tool to report misconduct.

It is important to Aalto that its staff, students and stakeholders may act boldly as whistleblowers, exposing any suspected misconduct they perceive. Aalto University’s ethical channel is for notifying about illegalities or misconduct appearing in the operations of Aalto University or of companies in the Aalto University Group.

We encourage people to send notifications of misconduct in their own name; however, the ethical channel may also be used anonymously. Aalto University is committed to ensuring the information security of the reports and to seeing that they are processed with care. All reports submitted in good faith will be investigated and any necessary measures arising from them will be undertaken.

Aalto University’s ethical channel is the internal, confidential reporting channel required by the whistleblowing regulation. A secure WhistleB reporting tool is used to set up the ethical channel in Aalto University.

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