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Gender & Sexual Studies
Pages 11 (2761 words)
Ethics and Whistleblowing Table of Contents Introduction ……………………………………………………………………………….3 Whistleblowing as an Ethical Dilemma……………………………………………………3 Defining Whistleblowing………………………………………………………………….4 Workplace Whistleblowing: Increased Incidence………………………………………….5 Whistleblowing: Cases and Their Implications…………………………………………….6 Whistleblowing: Implications to Policy……………………………………………………9 Collaborative Efforts between Stakeholders and Employees …

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....14 According to statistics published by Public Concern at Work (www.pcaw.co.uk) more and more people are willing to whistleblow about wrong doing in the workplace. In light of this, evaluate how organisations can develop an effective approach to workplace whistleblowing which takes account of the needs of their stakeholders? Introduction Throughout the years, businesses have evolved. The days on the industrial age is over and the increasing vast improvement in technology has given way to an improvement in communication that may not have been perceived in the last two decades or so. Consequently, this has paved the way for more information and ultimately knowledge to be accessible for almost anyone that has a computer and can surf the internet. Likewise, a new breed of workers has been identified that are more fluid and are quite different from the traditional 8-5 employees. ...
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