whistleblowing


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whis·tle·blow·ing

(wis'ĕl-blō'ing)
An employee's report of an employer's violation of the law.
See also: standard precautions
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'So, we will be coming back to institutionalise whistleblowing as a structure.
The judgment went on to rule that the council 'did not adequately respond' to her complaints of her treatment as a result of her whistleblowing. Bullying allegations, the judgment ruled, 'ought to have been investigated by management' when complaints were made and 'no proper consideration' was given to her requests for a transfer.
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We have appointed Anne-Marie Paterson as our Group Whistleblowing Officer in recognition of how seriously we take whistleblowing and to help people feel comfortable speaking up.
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The Boots decision has helpful lessons and guidance on the whistleblowing policy that a business registrant should have and the training that should be given to all staff to ensure that they understand the policy and can implement it.