In 2-to-3 pages (APA style) present the conclusion
The title of the final paper is Whistleblowers – A Country’s Attempt on Fraud.
Please read entire document and let me know if you have any questions.
Present a conclusion on the following numbered items:
1. Summarize risks to whistleblowers as they stand today in contrast to historically.
2. Counter with benefits being more prevalent with increased focus on laws to protect the idea of doing the right thing.
3. Final emphasis on the need to increase awareness of existing protections, and the deeper need to pursue further methods of encouraging and protecting those who would stand up.
Must have a minimum of six scholarly sources cited within the text of the paper and identified in the references section. I am providing the reference list for your convenience. These are the references provided in the outline. Choose references judiciously and cite them accurately. Cite all sources using APA format.
Do not use Wikipedia as a reference source
All papers should be single sided, double-spaced, and using a 12-point font.
Length of the paper should be between two-to-three pages, excluding the cover page and references.
Follow APA style for general format and citations.
United States Department of Labor – OSHA (2020) Whistleblower protection program.
National Whistleblower Center (2020) What Is a Whistleblower?
Zuckerman, J and Stock, M (2020) What is a whistleblower reward?
CBS News (2018) Whistleblower; Wells Fargo fraud “could have been stopped”
Marsh, Ann (2017) Unprotected: How the feds failed two wells Fargo whistleblowers.
McMillan, M CGA (2012) Retaliation against Whistle-Blowers:no good deed goes
Anonymous (2017) I was falsely accused by an NHS whistleblower. It destroyed my
Forbes (2002) Sherron Watkins Had Whistle, but blew it (this article is how the Enron
Whistleblower send a memo to management and maybe should have gone to third party instead)
Zuckerman,J (2020) SEC Orders Company to pay $500k for Whistleblower retaliation
Cherepanova, B. (2019) Whistleblower, Hacker, or Both? How the Rui Pinto case can
be applied to corporate compliance officers
Edwards, B. (2013) American Whistleblowers in Prison and in Exile
Mercado, B. (2018) Whistle-Blowing: Treason or Heroism?
Pamoukaghlian, V. (2019)The Largest SEC Whistleblower Awards (2012-2019)
Zuckerman, J.and Stock, M. (2017) Sarbanes-Oxley 15 years later Accountants Need to
Speak up now more than Ever https://goingconcern.com/sarbanes-oxley-accountants-whistleblowers/
Philips and Cohen (2016) Our Successful Whistleblower cases
Melloy, J. Rooney, K. (2019) GE falls the most in 11 years after Madoff whistleblower
calls it a ‘bigger fraud than Enron’ https://www.cnbc.com/2019/08/15/ge-shares-drop-after-madoff-whistleblower-harry-markopolos-raises-red-flags-on-its-accounting.html
Fulcrum Inquiry (2020) High Personal Cost Risk When Whistleblower Anonymity Is Not
Marsh, A (2017) Unprotected: How the feds failed two Wells Fargo whistleblowers
Transparency Intl. (2020) World Whistleblowing Day: In 2020, there can be no excuse
for leaving whistleblowers unprotected.
Open Society Foundation (2019) Why We Need Whistleblower Protections.
Hempowicz, L (2020) The State of Whistleblower Protections and Ideas for Reform
Thebault, R. (2019) Trump’s rhetoric will have a chilling effect on whistleblowing, legal
United States Department of Labor (2020) Regulations:
Klein, C (2020) History Channel: US Whistleblowers First Got Government Protection in