Next in our Customer Spotlight series we find out more about Public Concern at Work.
Who are Public Concern at Work?
Public Concern at Work is the whistleblowing charity. Established in 1993, they have led the new approach to whistleblowing that - both at home and abroad - recognises the key role it can play in anticipating and avoiding serious risks that arise in and from the workplace.
Public Concern at Work aims to help make whistleblowing work so that dangers, wrongdoing and serious risks that threaten the public good are deterred or at least detected before serious damage is caused. They pursue this aim through a free confidential advice line, the support and services they provide to organisations, policy work and public education activities.
‘We’d like to change the perception of whistle blowing as being something that is championed and celebrated rather than vilified and victimized.’
Cathy James, Chief Executive, Public Concern at Work
Discover the mission, challenges & achievements of Public Concern at Work
Why not take a few minutes to watch this short video where we quiz Cathy James to understand more about the work Public Concern at Work do, their challenges and why the following words are so important to the work they do:
whistle blowing, advice, concern, influence,
legislation change, code of practice
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