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Whistleblower Channel - Speak Up, We Hear You.

Report a Concern Online

This system makes it easy to report an incident about workplace issues like financial and auditing concerns, harassment, theft, substance abuse, and unsafe conditions.

Call Our Whistleblower Hotline

If you would prefer to speak to someone confidentially, call us and one of our representatives would be happy to assist you.

Ask a Question

If you have an ethics or compliance question or an inquiry regarding a company policy, you can ask anonymously and confidentially.

Speaking Up

When you speak up, you make the whole company better.

We empower you to speak up when something is not right.


You can check the status of your report or question using the access number and password you created when you submitted the report or question.

Code of Conduct and Ethics

Infosys has developed the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (the "Code of Conduct") which sets out basic guiding principles for all employees.

Whistleblower Policy

Any person wishing to express a good faith concern or suspected violation of applicable law or Company’s Code of Conduct and Ethics, are encouraged to do so using any of the channels mentioned in the WB policy including this portal. Management is cognizant of the fact that a value based compliance cannot be achieved without the support of each of its stakeholders. Any person reporting genuine issues help the management to detect issues at an earlier stage and implement remedial measures to effectively dealing with the identified issues. Needless to state, Infosys follows a strict non-retaliation policy which ensures protection from any reprisal, threats, retribution or retaliation for (a) good faith reporting of a violation or a suspected violation of law, code or other Company policies and (b) assisting in any investigation or process with respect to such a violation. Any violation of the non-retaliation policy are viewed strictly resulting in disciplinary action against anyone responsible including termination of employment.

Frequently Asked Questions

    Reporting a suspected violation or concern is crucial for early detection, proper investigation and remediation, and deterrence of violations of Company policies or applicable laws. You should report to the Company any suspected violation of any law that applies to the Company and any suspected violation of the Company’s Code of Conduct and Ethics.

    You must, when you reasonably suspect that a violation of an applicable law or the Company's Code of Conduct and Ethics has occurred or is occurring, report that potential violation in good faith. This includes possible accounting or financial reporting violations, insider trading, leak of unpublished price sensitive information, bribery, or violations of the anti-retaliation aspects of the Whistleblower Policy.

    You may also consult the Company’s CoCE ( for reference on potential violations.

    Do not fear any negative consequences for reporting reasonably suspected violations. Retaliation for reporting suspected violations is strictly prohibited by Company policy. Infosys has zero tolerance for any form of retaliation against an individual because he or she made a good faith report of an integrity concern or assisted with investigation or report of an integrity concern. Because you have several means of reporting, you need never report to someone you believe may be involved in the suspected violation or from whom you would fear retaliation.

    For an effective and appropriate investigation into the concerns made, you should set forth as much information accurately about the suspected violation as possible. Where possible, it should describe the nature of the suspected violation; the identities of persons involved in the suspected violation; a description of documents that relate to the suspected violation; and the time frame during which the suspected violation occurred.

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