Employees and external stakeholders have the possibility of reporting suspected misconduct securely and confidentially through the Compliance Hotline, which is the reporting function in Novo Nordisk. The Compliance Hotline is owned and monitored by the Audit Committee, which is part of the Novo Nordisk Board of Directors.
If you are an employee of Novo Nordisk, you are encouraged to raise
the concern via local management, local legal or HR personnel. If this
is not an option, you may use the options mentioned below.
Matters concerning Business Ethics, Accounting issues and Fraud, Novo Nordisk Way, Potential Personal Data Breaches, Quality or other matters that involve legal risks and/or other serious risks to Novo Nordisk should be reported to the Compliance Hotline. You can find examples of which concerns to report below.
Please note that the Compliance Hotline should not be used for
reporting customer complaints, side effects or falsified
products. Kindly use the links in the left menu for reporting such
It is possible to report a concern to the Compliance Hotline by telephone or online. For further guidance and relevant phone numbers, please click on the link below.
It is possible to select among multiple languages in the top right corner when opening the link.
When reporting a case by phone, please expect moderate waiting time
before an agent is available to answer your call.
When you report a case via phone or online, you will receive a unique case number and be asked to create a related password.
With this information, you can check the status of your case, see if there are any questions to your report and provide additional information.
Novo Nordisk does not tolerate discrimination or retaliation against
persons who in good faith make a report or participate in an
investigation. If you believe that you have been retaliated against
for reporting or participating in an investigation, you should
immediately contact the Compliance Hotline. All such reports will be
The Compliance Hotline is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is therefore subject to Danish and European Union restrictions related to making such reports.