Talking point

How to support the exposure of workplace wrongdoing.

20th July, 2014
Philip Brennan of Raiseaconcern.com advises on whistleblowing schemes

When there is wrongdoing or malpractice in the workplace, employees are often the first to notice. Workplace wrongdoing or malpractice, at any level, invariably damages an employer.

If no one has the courage to raise it then it can take years to uncover. Damage to the employer can be financial, reputational or both. Customers, the lifeblood of the business, can suffer. Suppliers and service providers can be adversely impacted. There can be legal or regulatory...

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