Last edited by Vigrel
Monday, August 3, 2020 | History

1 edition of Whistleblowers found in the catalog.

Whistleblowers

Whistleblowers

guidance for social services on free expression of staff concerns

  • 148 Want to read
  • 32 Currently reading

Published by BASW in Birmingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBritish Association of Social Workers.
ContributionsBritish Association of Social Workers.
The Physical Object
Pagination9p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18342171M

  Whistleblowing has become a burning issue in contemporary society. When is whistleblowing appropriate? How is it best carried out? And how should managers and employers handle the issue? This book treats whistleblowing at work in a group of key occupations - including the Health Service, Local Government, Accountancy and Education - and from different points of view, including . Society needs whistleblowers, yet to speak up and expose wrongdoing often results in professional and personal ruin. Drawing on the stories of men and women who reported unethical and illegal conduct in corporations, Kate Kenny explains why this is so, and what must be done to protect those who have the courage to expose the truth.

  T he Law Commission is an important body with a proud history. Set up in to provide independent advice to government on law reform, it describes itself as non-political and has often made.   On Corey, Andrew, and the Whistleblowers. He is in his 90s, and recently wrote a book entitled Selected by Extraterrestrials, which details his life and claims about having participated in the Navy’s top secret program to create a secret space fleet. Unlike the other alleged whistleblowers, Tompkins has a career that has been confirmed.

  About this book. Solid guidance for managing whistleblower policies in light of the new Dodd-Frank Act provisions Timely and comprehensive, Whistleblowers emphasizes the disincentives to whistleblowing, reviewing the academic studies of whistleblowers with the idea of developing best practices in working with whistleblowers. Author Bios.   Whistleblowers have helped instigate major changes in policy-making arenas. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the Dodd-Frank Wall Street .


Share this book
You might also like
Listen to Your Heart

Listen to Your Heart

Switzerland (Foreign Exchange)

Switzerland (Foreign Exchange)

handbook for travellers in Switzerland, and The Alps of Savoy and Piedmont.

handbook for travellers in Switzerland, and The Alps of Savoy and Piedmont.

enquiry into the inconveniences of public, and the advantages of private election

enquiry into the inconveniences of public, and the advantages of private election

[Letter to] My Dear Debora[h]

[Letter to] My Dear Debora[h]

Discover Maine

Discover Maine

Introduction to Electric Circuits.

Introduction to Electric Circuits.

Particulars and conditions of sale of a very excellent freehold house ... 67 Chiswell Street ...which will be sold by auction by Mr. Geo. Robins ... on ... the 10th day of July.

Particulars and conditions of sale of a very excellent freehold house ... 67 Chiswell Street ...which will be sold by auction by Mr. Geo. Robins ... on ... the 10th day of July.

Computer Checkmate (Defenders of the Earth)

Computer Checkmate (Defenders of the Earth)

Dio Chrysostom

Dio Chrysostom

Quantrill and the border wars

Quantrill and the border wars

Drāvida and Kerala in the art of Travancore

Drāvida and Kerala in the art of Travancore

Management of the biological resources of the Lake Ontario Basin

Management of the biological resources of the Lake Ontario Basin

Whistleblowers Download PDF EPUB FB2

"The depth, breadth and power of the national security state should concern every American who cares about our democracy. Allison Stanger has woven interviews, insights, and great stories into a compelling argument for why we must celebrate and protect whistleblowers as the indispensable guardians of our national ideals."—Anne-Marie Slaughter, author of The Chessboard and the Web/5(6).

The book is an enjoyable read free of the mindless academic jargon that often plagues these kinds of books. Highly recommended. Read more. 9 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse.

Deborah M Greenwood. out of 5 stars The Whistleblowers. Reviewed in the United States on Febru Cited by: 16 rows  Disillusioned, Pearse became a whistleblower, and in JulyPearse released his book. Whistleblower, by Tess Gerritsen, Dreamscape Media Audiobook, narrated by Erin Yuen.

Generally I like Tess Gerritsen, and I will pick up one of her books on author's name alone. She always provides excellent characters, exciting plot, setting suspense, drama and excellent writing/5. Whistleblowing is a term which refers to the act of disclosure of malpractices or reporting of misconduct at work by current or former employees to people who are in a position to take action.

It is necessary that the whistleblower is an insider for the company, otherwise they. In her less-comprehensive book, Stanger makes a more serious error, writing that the identity of one of the past century’s most famous whistleblowers. Confidential letters exposed by Benjamin Franklin proved the governor of Massachusetts misled Parliament to promote a military buildup in the new world.

The governor was dishonorably discharged and exiled. US naval officers Samuel Shaw and Richard Marven revealed the torture of British POWs by the commander-in-chief of the Continental Navy. The following year, the Continental.

Dodd-Frank further admonishes employers who mistreat, threaten, or otherwise persecute whistleblowers offering information to any regulatory action against said employers or their colleagues.

Whistleblowers can remain anonymous. The SEC received nearly 4, whistleblower tips in and paid more than $37 million to reward whistleblowers.5/5. Whistleblowers thus face conflicting impulses: by challenging and exposing transgressions by the powerful, they perform a vital public service—yet they always suffer for it.

This episodic history brings to light how whistleblowing, an important but unrecognized cousin of civil disobedience, has held powerful elites accountable in America.

Whistleblowers thus face conflicting impulses: by challenging and exposing transgressions by the powerful, they perform a vital public service - yet they always suffer for it.

This episodic history brings to light how whistleblowing, an important but unrecognized cousin of civil disobedience, has held powerful elites accountable in America. In a dark departure from our standard picture of whistleblowers, C.

Fred Alford offers a chilling account of the world of people who have come forward to protest organizational malfeasance in government agencies and in the private sector. The conventional story—high-minded individual fights soulless organization, is persecuted, yet triumphs in the end—is seductive and pervasive.4/5(1).

Allison Stanger, international politics and economics professor at Middlebury College, talked about her book, Whistleblowers: Honesty in America from Washington to Trump, in which she provided a. Whistleblowers thus face conflicting impulses: by challenging and exposing transgressions by the powerful, they perform a vital public service—yet they always suffer for it.

This episodic history brings to light how whistleblowing, an important but unrecognized cousin of civil disobedience, has held powerful elites accountable in : Allison Stanger.

The National Whistleblower Center (NWC), a tax-exempt, non-partisan organization, is the leading nonprofit working with whistleblowers around the world to fight corruption and protect people and the environment.

For over 30 years, NWC has won policies to protect whistleblowers from retaliation and reward them for helping deliver criminal and. ^ A book chapter which discusses the whistleblowing, written by Vivian Weil, was published in as "The Browns Ferry Case" in Engineering Professionalism and Ethics, edited by James H.

Schaub and Karl Pavlovic, and published by John Wiley & Sons. Whistleblowers will avoid a lot of tears from the book's checklists and do's and don'ts.

Written in clear and understandable language this book should be in the bottom drawer of anyone thinking about blowing the whistle — and on the desk for managers who want to improve compliance."5/5(2). The anonymous senior Trump administration official whose New York Times op-ed was called treasonous by President Donald Trump has written a new book about Trump titled "A Warning" that will.

In her less-comprehensive book, Stanger makes a more serious error, writing that the identity of one of the past century’s most famous whistleblowers, Daniel Ellsberg, was revealed by The New. Book: ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm.

Contents: Is whistleblowing inherently ethical. --Does one's identity factor into whistleblowing. --Should whistleblowers be financially compensated. The book could have been at least a third shorter, without any loss.

Indeed, it would be a better book if it were a third shorter. All of that said, the book is very interesting, and in the end, Mueller does present a persuasive case for the importance of whistleblowers in our society. Whistleblowing at Your Not-for-profit: A leader’s guide 5 1 Complaints regarding occupational health and safety should, where possible, be made through an organisation’s occupational health and.

Whistleblowers have been reporting wrongdoing in government institutions ever since. But it has always been a risk, says attorney David Colapinto. "Whistleblowing is a. Mueller is a little surprised to find that corporate and governmental whistleblowers have more in common than he first assumed.

At their core all are concerned with an .