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Time to get radical with whistleblowing

Nothing to complain about today, which is obviously a bit irritating. However I did notice two news stories that raise some interesting (I think) issues around whistleblowing. In this story (from last week) the Guardian reports that Michael Woodford, the former … Continue reading

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Was a doctor sacked for emailing a prayer to his colleagues?

Was Dr David Drew sacked for trying to motivate his colleagues by emailing them the famous prayer of St Ignatious Loyola?. It seems bizarre that this would be a sacking offence – although I have to say that if my manager … Continue reading

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