Some people like to speak up more than others At WhistleBlower Security, we believe in open and honest communication. People today are not shy about expressing their feelings when it comes to something they feel very passionate about.
Today is National Whistleblower Day. There are so many whistleblowers in history who who stood up about misconduct and spoke up to tell their story. They did this because they knew it was the right thing to do. But it wasn't easy.
You just received a whistleblower report... now what do you do? The best course of action is to act on it as soon as possible. The worst thing you can do is ignore the fact that an employee came forward to report on an alleged wrongdoing in the company.
People today are not shy about expressing their feelings when it comes to something they feel very passionate about. Gone are the days of keeping quiet about a company's political agenda or leadership views - especially if agendas and views are seen as propaganda or ethically wrong.
In today's world of 'social media everything', a frustrated ex-employee can do a lot of damage to a company's reputation after leaving. When a really good employee decides to move on, well that's part of business, even if it really sucks! But you want to make sure that an employee's experience right up to their last day is nothing but positive. This is how a company culture thrives when employees decide to move on. There are right and wrong ways to handle an employee who has resigned. Managers are going to face employee resignations sooner or later, so it's best to have the most professional, and honorable approach when it does happen.