ToshaCollins_MT302_Unit_3_assignment

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Unit Three 1 Unit Three: Case Incident 2: Whistle Blowers: Saints or Sinners Tosha Collins Kaplan University MT302 Organizational Behavior 5/10/10
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Unit Three 2 Unit Three: Case Incident 2: Whistle Blowers: Saints or Sinners Whistle-blowing is sometimes thought of as a way of snitching on others in a company. There are various reasons why it could be good for some organizations and detrimental for others. Some use whistle-blowing as a means of extortion, but there are employees that have vital information that should be shared and do not have the courage to do so. Now that the whistle-blower law (Robbins & Judge, 2007) is in the effect, there is protection for these employees so that they are not black balled from jobs and are protected from their co-workers. Self-fulfilling prophecies are negative beliefs that predict negative behavior. If a whistle- blower is searching for incriminating evidence, they are going to find it, whether it’s true or not. It’s like the married couple that doesn’t have trust for one another.
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2010 for the course MT302 MT302 taught by Professor Susanpettine during the Spring '10 term at Kaplan University.

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