She mentioned that after the mauling incident of actor Vhong Navarro, other important issues exposed by whistle blowers
Seeing whistle blowers on the cover of a national magazine is odd, though.
By contrast, blue-collar whistle blowers who report dangerous or unhealthy working conditions and practices on the factory floor often just get a hard time, though their concerns are no less important.
She pointed out: 'It can be difficult to spot cartels from the outside and whistle blowers will play a crucial role.
'I expect that whistle blowers will play a similar role under the new regime with potentially devastating consequences.'
The Liberal government promised to create legislation to protect whistle blowers
before the 1993 election.
In the long term, that may or may not discourage other whistle blowers
and weaken the FCA.
Second, we formulate and test a set of hypotheses using archival data from a recent survey of federal employees, some of whom are whistle blowers. Finally, we discuss the implications of this research for public managers and scholars.
In particular, we study individuals who observe illegal or wasteful activity in their agencies and examine differences among those who report this activity (whistle blowers) and those who fail to report it (inactive observers).(3)
To be sure, the protections for teachers do have some positive aspects, notably protection for whistle blowers
. Take the case of Marsha Niazmund, a counselor who was transferred from her school for reporting sexual advances her principal, James G.