A Better Way To Handle Whistle Blowers: Let Them Speak
It's becoming a staple on the front pages. An employee--or, more often, a former employee--of a big corporation goes public with charges that the company has been playing dirty. Next step: a lawsuit that sets out the details of the misconduct and charges that the whistle-blower was at best ignored and at worst harassed, demoted, or fired.
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