Tide to turn in favour of the whistle-blower

Walsh, Jennie
November 1997
People Management;11/20/97, Vol. 3 Issue 23, p9
Portrays how staff who speak out against malpractice are to benefit from legal protection and a shift in attitude by employers in Great Britain. News on the reward given to a bank employee for exposing a bank fraud; Information about the employment record of Gary Brown at Abbey National; Proposals for legislation on the protection of employees who expose corrupt industry practices.


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