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Congress has the responsibility to conduct a probe and study the implementation of 8888 Complaint Hotline as to its effectivity and equal accessibility to all citizens,' De Lima, a human rights defender, said in a statement.
Since 24/7 coverage began in October, the hotline has served more than 10,000 callers.
As safe and ethical behavior increases through the use of a hotline, so does employee satisfaction.
Babies who breastfeed reap multiple health benefits, including fewer respiratory, gastrointestinal and ear infections, in addition to helping brain development and strengthening the emotional bond with their mothers," said Sandra Madubuonwu, MSN, CLC, RN, of Le Bonheur Children's Hospital, which runs the hotline in partnership with the health department.
In an article entitled "Hotline Report Reveals Compliance Concerns" author Karen Kroll looked at the "2012 Corporate Governance and Compliance Hotline Benchmarking Report" and found what she termed "troubling findings", which are that not only are instances of fraud increasing but that retaliation against whistleblowers is increasing as well.
This cause is very important to us, Bail Hotline has over 400 employees between over 25 offices throughout California whose female family members, friends and loved ones could at any moment be affected by breast cancer," said Marco McGuire, CEO of Bail Hotline Bail Bonds.
In a report issued on Wednesday the European Commission assesses the situation, proposes common minimum quality requirements for the service and gives the 14 remaining countries, including Bulgaria, in which the hotline does not work yet a last chance to make it operational a or else the Commission will consider legislative measures.
His organization's surveys show that 65% of hotline calls lead to investigations and 45% result in some kind of corrective action being taken.
First launched in June 2005, the hotline for children's (16000) toll-free service is available 24 hours, seven days per week in all governorates of Egypt.
One such hotline is based at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine.
The EU's missing children hotline number - 116000a- is already operational in five EU countries, but Information Society Commissioner Viviane Reding is not satisfied.
The findings go on to state that, given the relatively low cost of a hotline compared with other anti-fraud controls, organizations would be well-advised to implement one for employees, contractors, vendors and the general public.