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Managing others

If you’re a manager, you’ll find information about the responsibilities you have for particular issues in the toolbox sections of mycode

We’ve also developed a number of resources to help you help others.

Let’s start a conversation

Speaking about Speaking Up is designed to help you and those who work for you to better understand when to Speak Up and what happens. But more importantly to explain other channels that can be used to start a conversation.

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Learn more about Speak Up and the other channels available to everyone to raise questions or concerns - download our guide

Available in the following languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch and Chinese


Dealing with concerns 

Gives you the information and help you need to listen and act appropriately when a concern is raised.

If you are investigating or have investigated a Speak Up issue that is not already on the Speak Up case management system, register it online. You can use the Speak Up Managers Report

It is important that all cases relating to concerns or allegations of bribery, kickbacks or facilitation payments, fraud, money laundering, falsification of company records, misuse of confidential/personal data, breaches of sanctions, competition law or export controls are reported through the Speak Up case management system.

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Learn more about dealing with concerns. Download our guide for people managers to help you feel confident in dealing with concerns


Posters and other communications materials

A range of posters and related communications materials are available on the Downloads page.

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Learn more about what is available to you


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Making a tough decision

Our decision making guide can help you, it takes you step-by-step through your issue.

Asking a question or raising a concern

You may feel uneasy, worried or ignored. When this happens, there is help at hand.

Speaking up

Think mycode is being broken? Speak Up – it’s the right thing to do and you’re protecting us all.

Understanding when to say no

Sometimes you can find yourself in an awkward situation and you are not sure if you should say no.