Whistleblowing Policies

Modified on Mon, 14 Feb 2022 at 01:01 PM

Whistle blowing refers to the disclosure of information by an employee or other agent of a company about a perceived wrongdoing within the organization. A Whistle Blowing policy is a company statement that protects those individuals from retaliation or repercussion if they bring to attention any negligence or wrong-doing within the company.

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