Singer, Andrew W.
September 1995
Across the Board;Sep95, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p16
Trade Publication
Features corporate ethics hot lines, aimed at providing employees a mechanism for reporting instances of organizational waste, fraud and abuse. Objections to corporate hot lines; Questions on the issues of trust and confidentiality; Potential danger of false accusations; Benefits of hot lines to companies; Employee dissatisfaction. INSETS: The hot line as help line, by A.S.;Scoring points for your hot line, by A.S..


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