• Andrew Crawford


Whistleblowing draws attention to perceived wrongdoing, misconduct or unethical activity within public, private or third-sector organisations.

Corruption, fraud, bullying, health and safety, cover-ups and discrimination are common activities highlighted by whistle-blowers.

Employers should have a policy that encourages employees to draw attention to wrongdoing or risky behaviour as having and promoting such a policy may act in part as legal defence.

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