Swimming against the tide: getting whistleblowers on board

IES Perspectives on HR 2016

Reilly P | HR Network Paper 121 | Institute for Employment Studies | Apr 2016

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Peter Reilly highlights the practical, procedural difficulties of whistleblowing for HR, but ends with the deeper, worrying evidence that half of HR leaders are being forced to compromise on their principles and the stark challenge that ‘HR might like to start with acknowledging it has a moral purpose in the organisation and make that the basis for its contribution to difficult business decisions.’

This paper was originally published in Thoughts for the day: IES Perspectives on HR 2016