Whistleblowers Just Want to do the Right Thing

A recent study concludes the main motivator for employees to blow the whistle is the desire to do the right thing.

Posted by Joe Gerard in Article on June 7th, 2010
Money Not Major Incentive for Whistleblowers: Study- Reuters

A recent study concludes the main motivator for employees to blow the whistle is the desire to do the right thing. This article provides great insight into the personal toll taken by whistleblowers, explaining that no sum of money could ever equate to the personal consequences associated with whistleblowing. Many individuals with proof of illegal operations in their workplaces continue to fear bringing the evidence forward, as they are aware of the consequences previous whistleblowers have had to endure.


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