By Julie DiMauro
NEW YORK, Sept. 6 (Thomson Reuters Accelus) - Retaliation against workplace whistleblowers is rising sharply, expanding into previously safe categories of employees such as senior-level managers and even in workplaces with notably strong ethical cultures, a study found.
The trend comes as new regulations require more formal reporting channels for internal whistleblowing and more managers use them, study sponsors said. They recommended that companies more closely monitor what happens to whistleblowers after they report. (more…)