Most Whistleblowers Would Prefer to Report Internally — ERC Study
When it comes to reporting wrongdoing, whistleblowers prefer to report internally. Fifty-six percent of employees who report misconduct bring the report to someone they know and trust inside the company, according to a recent study released by the Ethics Resource Center (ERC), “Inside the Mind of a Whistleblower.”
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