(Former) NPO employees can report undesirable behavior to Mores | NOW


The Dutch Public Broadcasting has joined Mores, the central reporting point where the cultural and creative sector can report undesirable behavior in work situations. There were already arrangements and confidential advisers for such reports within the NPO and the broadcasters, but now (former) employees can also contact Mores if they want to play cards in confidence.

The collaboration with the online reporting center is useful for employees of the NPO who are temporarily or completely out of service and who are unable or unwilling to make their report (any longer) within the NPO itself. Mores is an independent reporting point where people can go sector-wide with their reports about undesirable behaviour.

“It is an important addition to the existing options that I wholeheartedly support”, NPO chairman Frederieke Leeflang says. “A safe working environment is an environment where people feel free to be themselves and share all their experiences, whether they are positive or negative. We want to ensure that our people feel heard somewhere in all cases.”

The NPO also says it will consult other companies in the media sector, such as Talpa and RTL, to reach a sector-wide agreement in the field of (undesirable) behavior and a safe working environment. This so-called ‘umbrella arrangement’ must come on top of the agreements that the parties and broadcasters themselves have already made. The aim is to have that agreement take effect after the summer.

Since the revelations in January about inappropriate behavior at The voice of Holland Mores has received 120 reports, the hotline announced in April. Victims are still welcome to tell their story.


Source: NU by www.nu.nl.

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