The aim of the panel discussion was to bring together stakeholders from different organisations to discuss issues regarding the Whistle-blowing
Act and the protection of informers.
However, inserting such clauses shall not prevent disclosure of information under the Law on Protection of Whistle-blowers, since the Law expressly states that the provision from a general or individual act preventing whistle-blowing
shall be null and void (Article 3, paragraph 2).
Personality traits of employees are significant antecedents of whistle-blowing
The GCG whistle-blowing
system provides persons with information easy access to GCG communication lines, as well as various reporting channels such as the GCG website, confidential meetings with authorized GCG officers, e-mail, mail, short messaging system, telephone and fax.
In chapter 6, Einar Thorsen, Chindu Sreedharan, and Stuart Allan give a detailed analysis of whistle-blowing
, explain how the act itself has been framed and discussed throughout history, and consider how new/digital media has helped make whistle-blowing
In the case of the Philippines, Numann understands that the concept of a whistle-blowing
system is hard to adopt among local firms given the culture and high level of fear on a potential whistle-blower's part.
Committee chair Margaret Hodge said: "Whistle-blowing
is a crucial source of intelligence to help government identify wrongdoing and risks to public service delivery.
A TEACHER who was spied on by her employer was critical of the school's poor safeguarding measures and undisclosed whistle-blowing
policies at an employment tribunal.
indicates disclosing organizational wrongdoings resulting in harm to third parties.
"The riskiest whistle-blowing
that you can possibly do on the government is as an intelligence contractor."
They cover anatomy of an enrollment fraud, ethical predisposition of certified public accountants: a study of gender differences, enhanced enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: improving the ethics of US business practices abroad, promoting professionalism: lessons from the medical and legal professions, ethics prompts and their effects on the individual's evaluation of acceptable business practices: considerations for accountants, executive/chair duality in the Sarbanes-Oxley era: board independence versus unity of command, the impact of accounting students' professional skepticism on their ethical perception of earnings management, and classroom cheating: reasons not to whistle-blow and the probability of whistle-blowing
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