Conditions to be satisfied before Whistle Blowing

Richard T. De George suggests the following:

1.   The harm that will be done by the product to the public is serious and considerable.

2.   The individual makes his/her concern known to his/her superiors

3.   If one does not get any proper response from immediate superiors, then one should exhaust the channels that are available within the organization including the board of directors.

4.   One must have documented evidence that would convince a reasonable and impartial

observer that one’s view of the situation is correct and the company policy is wrong.

5.   There must be strong evidence that making the information public will in fact prevent the threatened serious harm.

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