Survey to NZers afraid of introducing whistle-blowing lines
Immediate Press Release
Survey launches to find
out why business managers seem to be afraid of
introducing whistle-blowing lines into New
A survey just launched by Crimestoppers
aims to explore why business people in New Zealand are
afraid of introducing whistle blowing lines into their
New Zealand legalization states that
employers must provide a way for employees to
‘whistle-blow’ but most choose not to offer this
anonymously like it is offered overseas.
Is it a
cultural issue that kiwis don’t see anonymous reporting as
an option for staff, in regards to potential fraud or
heath and safety issues ?
To help with the survey please
go to :http://researchstudies.co.nz/whistle-blower/
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