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Description: In the employment law world, whistleblower complaints are usually coupled with the aggrieved employee alleging a reprisal after they raised the troubling allegations with their employer. The reprisal usually looks like mistreatment at work, ostracization from people and tasks, harassment from the aggressor (sometimes continued harassment), unwarranted discipline, and in some cases — termination.


Date: Oct 07, 2022


Questions for discussion:

  • Summarize the analysis and advice presented in this report by Howard Levitt.
  • Have the cases presented caused you to change your thinking about whistleblowing?