This is the first article of a two-part series on corporate whistleblowing. This installment examines the issue from the company’s perspective, while the second feature focuses on the whistleblower’s point of view. If your company wants to be alerted to internal wrongdoing, it takes more than offering your employees an anonymous whistleblower hotline, according to experts at the McCombs School of Business.
via Knowing When to Blow the Whistle | Texas Enterprise.
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