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.
PCaW Chair on whistleblowing in the workplace
22nd November 2017
Professional accountants may well encounter inappropriate or unethical behaviour at some stage of their careers. It is a hallmark of professional accountants that they ... Read More
BMA FAILS JUNIOR DOCTORS OVER STRENGTHENING WHISTLEBLOWING PROTECTION AND PUTS DOCTORS AT RISK
13th November 2017
Whistleblowing experts Public Concern at Work has spoken out against the British Medical Association’s whistleblowing guidance for junior doctors, which they argue puts pa... Read More
Whistleblowing on sexual abuse, harassment and the cost of silence
21st November 2017
The Hollywood Harvey Weinstein scandal, followed shortly by shocking allegations at Westminister, are certainly not the first, nor will they be the last sexual ... Read More
Anti-Corruption training in Vienna
18th October 2017
I delivered a whistleblowing seminar for the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) in Vienna earlier this month, as part of their Anti-Corruption Tailor-made Training for ... Read More