Law-enforcement authorities have come to rely heavily on encouraging whistleblowing as a means to gather information about alleged misconduct by businesses. We believe that responding productively and effectively to that trend requires more than careful investigations and aggressive defense of legal claims. Whistleblowers require active management, not benign neglect. We have taken the lead in offering practical advice to employers not just about how to avoid claims of retaliation or discrimination by whistleblowers, but also how to minimize the negative impact of whistleblowing and turn the impulse to “blow the whistle” to the organization’s advantage.
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