is identified as 'the disclosure by organization members of illegal, immoral or illegitimate practices under the control of their employers, to persons or organizations that may be able to effect action' (Near and Miceli, 1985; Near at al.
can cause a conflict of interest between the personal, organizational and societal spheres.
Venkataraman, Director Corporate Governance & Risk Management, Al Habtoor Group talked about pioneering the whistle-blowing
practice in the UAE, and Michael Naroz who is a Counsel for Habib Al Mulla, highlighted the Practical and Legal issues concerning whistle-blowing
and the motivations of whistle-blowers can produce heated controversy.
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In the Adams' case, whistle-blowing
was viewed as an external action to an unresponsive organization and may be indicative of an ethical failure at the organizational level (Fletcher, Sorrell, & Silva, 1998).
Ever since Ryan Vick wandered from the football field over to the pool to find out what all the whistle-blowing
was about, he and Daniel Smith have been one of the area's most dominant forces in water polo.
protection for staff, residents and volunteers who report abuse or neglect;
The estimable Thomas Fleming denounced Felt's "malfeasance" and his whistle-blowing
as "a despicable example of disloyalty.
In philosophical terms, whistle-blowing
is a morally ambiguous activity.
She lost her Chicago financial job for whistle-blowing
and is coming home to Sweetheart.
process incorporating a telephone hotline can be a defense against management override of internal controls.