Organisations across the UK are realising it is better to encourage staff to tell them the bad news early rather than wait until the boat sinks, then ask why or who knew about the leak.

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Public Concern at Work (PCaW) was set up in 1993 to address whistleblowing in the UK and in 2001, established an office in Glasgow. We aim to help ensure a break with a workplace culture which fosters complacency or cover-ups. In promoting a safe alternative to silence, we want the whistleblower to speak without fear and for the employer to listen with intent.