This book explores the fundamental questions about whistleblowing and summarizes what we know about the experiences of whistleblowers. It provides a detailed summary of the current legal protection for whistleblowers and some general guidelines for reporting misconduct.
1. Introduction 2. What Is Whistleblowing and How Do We Study It? 3. Snitching, Changing Work Organizations, and Whistleblowing 4. The Prevalence and the Profile of Whistleblowers 5. Individual and Organizational Consequences of Whistleblowing 6. The Legal Protection of Whistleblowers 7. Case Histories of Six Whistleblowers 8. Strategic Choices and Practical Advice