Public Concern at Work (PCaW) has produced a short-film ‘Whistleblowing in the NHS’ highlighting the importance of whistleblowing.
Featuring Dr Nick Harper discussing his experience of whistleblowing in the interest of patient safety, the film marks Speak Up Day (November 16) for the Institute of Business Ethics 30th anniversary.
Throughout November the IBE has been highlighting a values-led business practice to spread the message that doing business ethically makes for better business – to mark its 30th anniversary.
NHS whistleblowers to get more protection under new Government proposals – but what about other workers?
28th March 2017
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Statement - Luxleaks verdict
15th March 2017
Public Concern at Work Chief Executive Cathy James said, ''Whistleblowers Antoine Deltour and Raphael Halet should today have been acquitted of all charges. Their ... Read More
‘Disturbing contradiction.’ Luxleaks verdict shows the need for an EU Whistleblowing Directive
28th March 2017
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Exposing wrongdoing: the problems facing whistleblowers
21st February 2017
Public attitudes to whistleblowers may have vastly improved but the legal landscape faced by those raising concerns still presents a variety of problems and ... Read More