Setting Up a Robust Whistleblowing Procedure: A CoBS Research Pod

What is whistleblowing and how does it work? Why fear it? And how can a robust speak up system bring benefits for both the company, its workforce, and society? Prof. Marianna Fotaki of Warwick Business School highlights the key factors in designing and implementing effective speak-up arrangements.

What is whistleblowing and how does it work? Why fear it? And how can a robust speak up system bring benefits for both the company, its workforce, and society? Prof. Marianna Fotaki of Warwick Business School highlights the key factors in designing, setting up and implementing a robust whistleblowing procedure.

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What is whistleblowing and how does it work? Why fear it? And how can a robust speak up system bring benefits for both the company, its workforce, and society? Prof. Marianna Fotaki of Warwick Business School highlights the key factors in designing and implementing effective speak-up arrangements.

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What is whistleblowing and how does it work? Why fear it? And how can a robust speak up system bring benefits for both the company, its workforce, and society? Prof. Marianna Fotaki of Warwick Business School highlights the key factors in designing and implementing effective speak-up arrangements.
Design, set up and implement a robust whistleblowing procedure, by Prof. Marianna Fotaki

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