In an internal memo, Cathay Pacific has asked its staff to speak up and be whistle-blowers to ensure the company’s culture of compliance is upheld. Photo: EPA
In an internal memo, Cathay Pacific has asked its staff to speak up and be whistle-blowers to ensure the company’s culture of compliance is upheld. Photo: EPA

Cathay Pacific whistle-blowing policy urging staff to ‘speak up’ under spotlight as Hong Kong employees fear possible reprisals for support of anti-government protests

  • Policy, updated in May 2019, tells staff to report anonymously if they suspect a breach of code of conduct or the law, or have concerns about serious wrongdoing
  • Company says recent firings not taken ‘lightly’ and involve senior leadership decision in the best interest of the firm

In an internal memo, Cathay Pacific has asked its staff to speak up and be whistle-blowers to ensure the company’s culture of compliance is upheld. Photo: EPA
In an internal memo, Cathay Pacific has asked its staff to speak up and be whistle-blowers to ensure the company’s culture of compliance is upheld. Photo: EPA
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