Introduction

Introduction

What to do if the Boss is a Crook?

Reports on the State of Whistleblowing

What to do if the boss is a crook? The New Whistleblower’s Handbook explains the rules for whistleblowing. The book provides practical guidance for Americans who must decide whether or not to blow the whistle. For those who choose to move forward, it will guide them on how to not only blow the whistle, but also how to win their cases.

As reflected in the Table, 55% of North American chief audit executives “reported being directed to omit or modify an important audit finding.”

If the boss is a crook, follow the reports below:

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