WSJ Reports Increasing Acceptance in Company Culture for Whistleblowing
20th November 2017

According to a recent Wall Street Journal article, reporting wrongdoing inside organizations is gaining more acceptance. A recent survey of 2,500 large company senior and middle managers in the U.S., Hong Kong, France and Germany indicates that 47% of these managers have reported wrong doing or have seen others reporting wrongdoing, which is up from 34% in 2014. Further, 13% of those surveyed indicated that employees were discouraged from whistleblowing, which is down from 40% in 2014.

An effective company whistleblowing process and program is critical for business, given that companies are more and more being held financially and legally accountable for misconduct.

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