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 What does the term whistleblower mean?

Answer A whistleblower is a term used to describe any individual who reports improper or unlawful conduct or conditions to an authority figure (employer, police) or the news media. It is the intent of a w... Read More »
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What Is a Whistleblower Law?

To protect employees from retaliation and allow them to report corporate wrongdoing, federal and state whistleblower laws were enacted. Whistleblower laws enable employees to report unfair business... Read More »
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What is the whistleblower act?

The Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989 protects public employees who report the wrongdoings of a business or government body. These wrongdoings may include coercion, fraudulent claims and theft. ... Read More »
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What is a whistleblower?

A whistleblower is one who voices concerns about the wrongdoing of a company or organization. Fraud, theft and the violation of rules or regulations are reasons that someone may come forward as a w... Read More »
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Who painted The Whistleblower?

No painting with the exact title of "The Whistleblower" is known to exist. The painting likeliest to be mistakenly referred to as such is Walter Herbert Roe's "Listening to the Whistle Blower." It ... Read More »
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