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A Canadian company is offering a way for would-be whistleblowers to warn their employers about potential corporate wrongdoing.
ClearView Partners has already signed up Air Canada, Rona and Sears Canada to its ethics reporting services including a portal that allows employees to anonymously report misconduct.
Phil Enright, managing partner at ClearView, said it was developed to handle the so-called “whistleblower provision” section of both the U.S. and Canadan legislation..
Subscribers who receive alerts, said Enright, “tend to include internal audit departments, general counsel and chief compliance officers” but not the CEO, he adds.

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