6 edition of Blowing the Whistle found in the catalog.
April 1, 2000
by Politicos Pub
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||264|
The authors of the book, "The Whistleblowers," Myron Peretz Glazer and Penina Migdal Glazer, surveyed 64 whistle-blowers and followed many from the early stages of their resistance through the. Blowing the Whistle (Anpfiff) by Toni Schumacher Published by Star , £ (Amazon) I t’s now thirty years since the publication of Harald (Toni) Schumacher’s Blowing the Whistle and its German-language precursor, Anpfiff but there are far more reasons than a mere anniversary to dust down a volume that made an explosive impact on its release.
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Roberta Johnson explores when and howand to what effectpeople make the choice to blow the whistle. Johnson (politics, U. of San Francisco) reviews the phenomena of organizational and government whistle blowing in the United States, exploring its causes and effects.
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In business ethics, as in sporting events, whistle-blowing is related to sounding an alert that the rules of the game have been broken. But unlike the referee in a football game, the person blowing the whistle in the case of corporations is not an.
Whistleblowing has become a burning issue in contemporary society. When is whistleblowing appropriate. How is it best carried out. And how should managers and employers handle the issue. This book treats whistleblowing at work in a group of key occupations - including the Health Service, Local Government, Accountancy and Education - and from.
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Blowing the whistle. [Paul van Buitenen] -- Paul van Buitenen lifted the lid on the internal corruption at the heart of the EC Commission in Brussels. Despite pressure to keep quiet he revealed the true extent of this corruption which resulted.