04 Jun

An Investigator’s Guide to the Whistle-Blower: Part 5 of 6

After the Disclosure – The Long Play More frequently than not, an investigator has occasion to meet a whistle-blower post-disclosure.  As such, many of the psychological processes involved with whistle-blowing have been endured.  Financial hardship, loss of employment with relatively no chance of re-entering
02 Jun

An Investigator’s Guide to the Whistleblower: Part 3 of 6

 The Bottom of the Barrel Doing the right thing can be a cruel life lesson for whistle-blower’s.  After assuming company executives would applaud the whistle-blower’s efforts for bringing derogatory and potentially illegal information to their attention, the whistle-blower suddenly finds himself/herself no longer employed and
01 Jun

An Investigator’s Guide to Whistle-Blower’s: Part 2 of 6

Explaining Some of the Psychology Behind Disclosure and Retaliation It’s the one thing they never imagined.  The whistle-blower believed people, especially his/her supervisors, would see what needed to be done and start the process of correction.  It seemed so obvious, so righteous.  No sooner than