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Whistleblower Showdown Heads to Supreme Court

Posted  09/30/15
By Eric Havian (published on CFO.com) A recent decision by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York has staged a showdown for the Supreme Court to decide what protections whistleblowers should receive when they report illegal activity internally and an employer retaliates as a result. However the Supreme Court decides, corporate officers should take a deep breath and think about the impact of the positions...

The Not So Friendly Skies: When "Saying Something" Leads to Retaliation

Posted  01/8/15
By Marlene Koury We all know the motto: if you see something, say something. The thirteen senior United flight attendants making the news this week saw something, said something, and, as alleged in their complaint filed earlier this week, were fired in retaliation. On July 14, 2014, while preparing to depart San Francisco with a nearly full 747 plane bound for Hong Kong, the attendants became aware that someone...

Hear No Evil – The Increased Risk for Companies That Ignore or Retaliate Against Whistleblowers

Posted  06/18/12
By Marlene Koury Corporate misconduct is at an all-time high, according to a recently-issued report titled Inside the Mind of a Whistleblower, from the Ethics Resource Center (ERC).  The ERC reported that up to 45 percent of U.S. employees said that they had observed misconduct at various levels in the workplace during 2011.  This conduct included falsifying financial reporting information, engaging in...

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