News

More charity workers are blowing the whistle

12th February 2018

Public Concern at Work has seen a 44% rise from whistleblowers needing advice in the charitable sector. Workers are speaking up about many different dangerous ... Read More

PCaW Safe Space response

29th January 2018

On 17 October 2016, the Department launched a consultation on “Providing a 'safe space' in healthcare safety investigations. There were two main questions in the consultation: Sh... Read More

PCaW backs UK’s Corporate Governance Code proposals requiring boards to give workers a means to raise concerns

5th December 2017

PCaW welcomes proposals by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) to its UK Corporate Governance Code, which addresses public trust in business. The main change ... Read More

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

PCaW supports district judge Claire Gilham in Court of Appeal case

18th October 2017

PCaW, represented by law firm Leigh Day, was at the Court of Appeal (October 18-19) to support district judge Claire Gilham, over her lack ... Read More