whistleblowing love

Definitions

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  • n. the disclosure to the public or to authorities, usually by an employee, of wrongdoing in a company or government department

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Examples

  • This happens in my honest opinion as aside from those who may try to help others and end up suffering devastation themselves … these other professionals may then turn a blind eye and stay silent & are now possibly also being influenced by some of the weaknesses and politics behind the so-called whistleblowing legislation which is operating in NZ etc

    I believe that Clint Rickards, Bob Schollum and Brad Shipton are rapists

  • BP's Alaska operations have also been the subject of numerous 'whistleblowing' safety concerns being raised by the ombudsman the company set up in 2006.

    BP Gulf oil spill final report backs British safety model

  • My opinion comes from lectures I've been giving all over the country on "Ethical Decision-making" which, after my "whistleblowing" experience, doubles as a warning about how easy it is to get sucked into doing bad things and/or to go along with wrongful, illegal decisions.

    Coleen Rowley: Time to End the Torture Experiment!

  • However, it may not terminate for an unlawful reason, such as in violation of public policy (e.g. retaliation for filing a workers compensation claim, "whistleblowing") or an unlawfully discriminatory one (e.g., because of race, sex, religion, etc.).

    Getting Fired Three Days After Starting a Job

  • P.S. Coincidentally, I just got back from an all-day "good government type" conference in Washington DC, the main topic of which was the need to enact "whistleblowing" protection for public and private sector employees, especially in the intellligence and national security areas.

    Coleen Rowley: 9/11 Change: Yes We Should!

  • Deputy President Thabo Mbeki earlier in the day told the conference that government's campaign against corruption would include a review of anti-corruption legislation, drafting of new laws, more efficient monitoring and management systems, and a more comprehensive "whistleblowing" system.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Mbeki said government's campaign against corruption would include a review of anti-corruption legislation, drafting of new laws, more efficient monitoring and management systems, and a more comprehensive "whistleblowing" system.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • New measures are to be enacted in line with proposals serving before cabinet and these include, inter alia the review of anti-corruption legislation and the drafting of new legislation the development of more efficient monitoring and management systems to put the brakes on corrupt activities, strengthening the criminal justice system through the development of investigative and preventive strategies, a more comprehensive "whistleblowing" system, development of a risk assessment

    Statement by Thabo Mbeki at the Anti-Corruption Summit Conference

  • “For some group of people, that would be called whistleblowing,” Mr. Sulzberger said on the phone Tuesday evening — for instance, he said, people who thought Mr. Wilson’s complaints about the administration (aired in a Times op-ed) hadn’t shared all the relevant facts.

    Times' Judy Miller, In Contempt, Says She Won't Budge

  • But this kind of whistleblowing is always going to end badly for the whistleblower, because even if a legitimate transparency function is served (calling attention to wasteful and inefficient program administration), the programs themselves

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