Illegal or inappropriate activities at work

According to some research undertaken by YouGov, almost half of UK employees have encountered illegal or inappropriate activities at work.

The findings are commented on in brief in the following article - Whistleblowing: UK employees find illegal or inappropriate activities at work (Dan Thomas, Personnel Today).

In more detail, out over 2,000 employees polled by YouGov "almost two-thirds would consider reporting the company if they felt their employer treated them unfairly, and more than 27 per cent said that large salary rises for the board or poor salary reviews for staff could spur them to act."

Whilst there is clear value in using such research methods, you wouldn't go far wrong by using work-related blogs as a means of exploring the non-corporate side of organizations.

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