Brainfood: Ten ways to ... blow the whistle

Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Keep personal grievances out of it Talk to friends before you do anything Consider possible outcomes, even your exit Don't exaggerate your allegations Do it in your own time, not your employer's Don't be ashamed of what you're doing Remember, your actions may be resented Keep a careful record of events Take it as far as you can internally Don't start believing you're Columbo.

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