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How do you say no and keep your job when asked to behave unethically? / by Billie Garde, A.J. Brown and Cathy James

By: Garde, Billie.
Contributor(s): Brown, A.J. James, Cathy.
Series: Intheblack.Publisher: Australia, CPA Australia, Edition: October 2014.Description: 18-21, 4 pages.Subject(s): Ethics | Illegal acts | Fraud | EmployeesSummary: Reveals the results from a study showing that 81% of Australians believe that whistleblowers of unethical behaviour should be supported. Interviews three experts on how whistleblowers can raise concerns about wrongdoing, and what the benefits are to an organisation in encouraging people to speak out.
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Reveals the results from a study showing that 81% of Australians believe that whistleblowers of unethical behaviour should be supported. Interviews three experts on how whistleblowers can raise concerns about wrongdoing, and what the benefits are to an organisation in encouraging people to speak out.

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