The Whisleblowers (Safe Haven) Act (in Dutch: “Wet Huis voor Klokkenluiders”) will enter into effect on the 1st of July 2016. With this Act, the government seeks to make it easier for employees to report any suspected wrongdoing within their organization. As of the 1st of July, every organization employing 50 people or more must have an internal regulation on how to act on suspected wrongdoings. In case the internal investigation does not suffice, the employee can approach the so-called Home for Whistleblowers, which can start an investigation. Organizations will be obliged to cooperate with such investigation. The Home for Whistleblowers cannot impose a fine or take disciplinary measures against the involved organization, but can share its findings on examination with the authorities and can publish these on its website (‘naming and shaming’). The government created this to assist employees who felt that reporting internally is not effective.