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Internal vs. External Whistleblowing

Sometimes we witness certain actions in the workplace that cause us to be concerned. You might see a co-worker get harassed by another co-worker. Perhaps you notice a dangerous situation that can cause someone to get injured. Maybe you see an employee embezzle money from the safe. It’s easy to keep going on with your...

10 Steps to Effective Whistle Blowing

An employee who discloses information about an organization that he or she believes to be evidence of illegal activity, mismanagement, abuse of power, gross waste or fraud, general wrongdoing or is a substantial and specific danger to public health and safety is known as a whistleblower. Federal law protects whistleblowers, but the protections vary across...

Where Do Women Draw the Line with Sexual Harassment?

Coming forward with a sexual harassment complaint in the workplace can be intimidating. In fact, according to a national phone survey conducted by the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), the majority of individuals who experience sexual harassment in the workplace fail to report the incident. One reason may be that this type of inappropriate behavior...

1 in 3 Women Has Been Sexually Harassed at Work, Survey Says

A study found that one in three women has been sexually harassed at work, according to a recent Huffington Post article. In addition,  Cosmopolitan conducted a survey of more than 2,200 full-time and part-time female employees between the ages of 18 and 34 and discovered some alarming facts. Other statistics the study found include that...

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