Did anyone read this in the news this week? i
It got me thinking especially with reference to the Level 5 assignments for CHR and HRF where you are asked to examine HR's role in ethics and accountablility within businesses.
I thought it was fascinating that someone somewhere perhaps did not point out to the CEO what could be the potenital ramifications of attempting to identify the whistleblower and even though the CEO 'honestly, but mistakenly, believed it was permissible to identify the author of the letter.' why were the checks and balances not in place prior to pursuing this strategy?
It may be time revisit whistleblowing arrangements to ensure Senior Managers and Managers understand how these should be dealt with. What do you think?
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