Responses to legislative changes: Corporate whistleblowing policies [Book Review]

Journal of Business Ethics 17 (14):1551 - 1561 (1998)
Survey responses from Fortune 1000 firms were examined to assess whether firms changed their whistleblowing policies to response to changes in state statutes concerning whistleblowing. We predicted that firms might have created internal channels for whistleblowing in response to new legislation that increased their vulnerability to whistleblowing claims by employees. In fact, very few firms indicated that they had created their policies in responses to legal changes.
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DOI 10.2307/25073989
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