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Work-related offences/incidents in everyday care work →
  • Sexual violation of boundaries
    No one may sexually harass you or third parties in the company. No one may physically approach you or third parties in the company if you do not want this. Not by a company carer. Nor by other children and young people or other adults.

  • Physical and psychological violence
    Nobody is allowed to hurt you, injure you or inflict violence on you. Nobody is allowed to hit you. Other children and young people must also not be injured and no violence may be inflicted on them by anyone.

  • Breach of supervisory duties
    You suspect or have an indication that a carer has breached their duty of supervision. This means that he or she has not looked after other children or young people and has not paid close attention. As a result, you or a child or young person has been put in danger or something bad has even happened.

  • Discrimination
    Nobody is allowed to insult you or treat you badly. E.g. because of your religion, your appearance, your skin colour or your opinion
Offences against criminal law →
Here you can report offences that are punishable by a fine or prison sentence. Examples:
  • Bribery,
  • (subsidy) fraud,
  • embezzlement,
  • theft/embezzlement,
  • manipulation of business documents/accounts,
  • Sexual offences (e.g. sexual harassment),
  • Environmental offences or environmental damage (e.g. illegal waste disposal),
  • tax evasion.
Violations of administrative offenses →
Here you can report violations punishable by fines that serve to protect life, limb or health or to protect the rights of employees or their representative bodies. Examples:
  • Data privacy violations,
  • violations of regulations on road traffic safety (e.g., driving license, deadlines for inspections, technical inspections and emissions testing, cargo securing, driving and rest periods, dangerous goods, etc.),
  • violations of behavioral principles at the workplace and human rights (e.g., violations of working hours or minimum wage regulations),
  • violations of Occupational Health and Safety Regulations (e.g., the Occupational Health and Safety Act, the Workplace Regulations, or the Industrial Safety Regulations).
Other violations according to § 2 HinSchG →
Here you have the opportunity to submit a report for violations of other legal regulations mentioned in § 2 of the Whistleblower Protection Act. Some of these regulations may already be covered by the first two categories. Reports may relate to areas such as :
  • Money laundering and terrorist financing,
  • environmental protection,
  • public health,
  • violations of competition and antitrust law.