What do your employees fear most about blowing the whistle

by Amanda Nieweler
Employee silence could cost a company big bucks!

Make Whistleblowing Work!

by Amanda Nieweler
Our last post talked about how whistleblowing can be a pretty scary ride for many. An emotional roller coaster that takes the whistleblower on a twisting ride of jumbled emotions, varying degrees of fear and worry about their future.

Whistleblowing: An Emotional Roller Coaster

by Amanda Nieweler
Better hang on. This could get scary! Many employees are reluctant to reveal illegal or dangerous acts committed by their employer. This could be because many fear losing their job, or they worry about the impact the very act of whistleblowing would have on their careers.

Time To Tone Up From The Top

by Amanda Nieweler
Toning by example. Because everyone is in it together! Employees will learn what's acceptable workplace behaviour by taking cues from leadership. How a leader conducts themselves in the workplace plays a part in how a company culture is created within an organization. If management doesn't lead with integrity, employees are not likely to report on any unethical conduct. Here's five reasons why:

Take Care of Your Whistleblowers

by Amanda Nieweler
Whistleblowing helps discourage wrongdoing! One of the best ways to minimize internal risk is to create an environment where employees feel like they are able to come forward and report wrongdoing, without being punished.

Whistleblower protection will have to wait for City of Vancouver employees

by Amanda Nieweler
Government staff should be able to report corruption or wrongdoing without potential repercussions to their career.