1,2) Given their role in precipitating the launch of several major public inquiries, whistle-blowers
are increasingly described as positively contributing to service improvement through bringing to light the problems of healthcare quality and safety that too often remain hidden from public exposure.
This allows potential whistle-blowers
easy access to GCG communication lines and other channels like the agency's website, email, and telephone, among others.
15% of whistle-blowers
are dismissed as a result of their actions
In many cases, these whistle-blowers
are women who, some studies report, are more inclined to value egalitarian, ethical workplaces over constructs like solidarity and toeing the line.
founds himself between loyalty to their employer and their moral commitment to the law and society at large.
The Sunday Times] are happy, they agreed that they will bring this whistle-blower
here to Zurich and then we will have a discussion, an investigation of this," Blatter said.
We're actually working on whistle-blower
legislation, its part of a project we're looking into," said Bryan Stirewalt, director, Supervision, at the DFSA, speaking on the sidelines of a press briefing by the financial services regulator on money laundering.
filed a False Claims Act suit, which allows a private person to file a whistle-blower
suit on behalf of government.
It also called for corporate procedures to collect and investigate whistle-blower
Establish written policies for all employees of the organization, including management, agents, and contractors, providing detailed information about the federal False Claims Act (FCA), including federal administrative remedies, any state laws pertaining to criminal or civil penalties for false claims and statements, and whistle-blower
protections under such laws.
The court held, inter alia, that the hospital demonstrated that the plaintiff's termination was predicated upon grounds other than her exercise of any rights protected under New York state's Whistle-blower