6 Tips For Keeping Whistleblower Complaints In-House

By Ben James (May 6, 2013, 1:33 PM EDT) -- Whistleblower claims are surging, and the potential for a worker to reap enormous financial rewards while wreaking havoc on a corporation's reputation has landed whistleblower issues among companies' biggest worries. Lawyers from both sides of the bar gave Law360 six tips for stopping an internal whistleblower complaint from mushrooming into a costly public debacle.

Companies that want to insulate themselves from potential whistleblower liability should encourage employees with concerns to keep their gripes within the company by letting workers know that their complaints will be taken seriously, and by having a trustworthy and robust in-house system for dealing with those complaints....

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