Our fraud and improper conduct policies and procedures

MatchWorks, and our parent company genU, are committed to the highest standards of conduct and ethical behaviour. We do not tolerate fraud or improper conduct by our employees, partners or clients. Our behaviour and conduct must always reflect our guiding principles of acting with compassion, integrity, inclusiveness and transparency.

genU has appropriate policies and procedures in place. This includes a whistleblower program that empowers staff, partners, clients, family members and advocates to play an active role in the elimination of improper conduct.

Part of this program is access to Stopline, a confidential, independent provider of whistleblowing services. Here, you can report suspected:

  • Theft
  • Fraud
  • Dishonesty
  • Bullying and Harassment
  • Policy breaches
  • Unethical behaviour
  • Workplace safety hazards

Expert forensic investigators will take full details of your concerns and report incidents to dedicated representatives within genU. Individuals can remain anonymous when reporting misconduct and translation services are available upon request.

Contact Stopline

There are several ways you can report a disclosure to Stopline:

Phone: 1300 30 45 50 (freecall) For overseas callers, call +61 3 9811 3275 (reverse charges)

Email: genu@stopline.com.au

Website and Online Reporting Form: https://genu.stoplinereport.com/

App: Search for Stopline in the iTunes App Store or Google Play. Download the free app and submit a disclosure.

Fax: +61 3 9882 4480

Mail: C/O The Stopline, Locked Bag 8, HAWTHORN VIC 3122

Disability Employment Services – Department of Social Services Reporting

All reports of suspected fraudulent activity committed against the Department of Social Services (DSS) and its programs will be investigated, unless considered to be frivolous or vexatious.

To report suspected fraud or misconduct against DSS contact the DSS Fraud Hotline on 1800 133 611, or email fraud@dss.gov.au.

People using the Internet should take care not to send sensitive information via email or attachments to emails. If you have information that requires secure transmission, please contact the DSS Audit and Assurance Branch by leaving a message, with contact details, on the DSS Fraud Hotline number on 1800 133 611 (24 hour service). A DSS fraud investigator will return your call so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

If you wish to report a fraud relating to program funding managed by DSS and do not wish to submit your report via the Internet or the DSS Fraud Hotline you may forward it in writing to the following address:

The Branch Manager
Audit and Assurance Branch
Department of Social Services
GPO Box 9820
Canberra ACT 2601 Australia

jobactive Employment Services – Department of Education, Skills and Employment Reporting

The Department of Education, Skills and Employment is committed to preventing fraud in all aspects of its business. If you suspect fraudulent activity within a program administered by the Department of Education, Skills and Employment, you should report it.

You can provide information about suspected fraudulent activities or unethical behaviour by:

Email: fraud@dese.gov.au or Phone: 02 6121 5450 (where you can leave a detailed voicemail message and contact details).

genU Code of Condust and Whistleblower Policy

View the genU Code of Conduct, Whistleblower Policy and answers to our most frequently asked questions here.