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Vinten’s summation : Ethics and Corporate governance issues

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  1. Vinten summation has gained much attention among researchers with respect to earlier whistleblowing studies in the 1980s
  2. Typically, the aspect of whistleblowing is based on the perceived conflict between employees' rights to free speech and their organization's duty of loyalty
  3. In the attempt of alerting the authority regarding a wrongdoing, the result behaviour may be considered as immoral, especially when the information has not been made public
  4. Vinten's summation is very true to a great extent
  5. Given the bee-sting phenomenon, not all individuals would have the capacity to blow the whistle against their employers
  6. Whistleblowing is usually against organizations' values
  7. Voicing concerns may not constitute to dissent from an organizational practices
  8. Usually, the behaviour of whistleblowing assumes that something bad is happening within the organization
  9. The employee usually understands that the path to whistleblowing is not easy even when his or her intentions are not good, but malicious
  10. While the whistle-blower ends up losing the relationship completely
  11. Some of the individuals willing to blow the whistle based on malicious motives do so because they are protected by the law
  12. While whistleblowing behaviour threatens the career of those who initiate the practice, Crook (2000) points out that the practice makes organisations lose a turnover rate of between 2 and 5 percents
  13. Malpractices could typically occur in any organization and even at subgroups or section levels with the organization

The aim of this paper is to provide a critical discussion of Vinten's summation of the whistle-blowing that ?For one thing the whistle-blowing path is not easy, and the bee-sting phenomenon may often apply. One has only one sting to use, and by using it, may well kill off one's career.? In this assertion, Vinten is trying to associate the act/behaviour of whittle behaviour the bee-sting phenomenon. The bee-sting behaviour can only be used before the act jeopardises the whistle-blower's career. The case depicts an apparent dilemma that is often faced by genuine whistle-blowers in the course of attempting to rectify possible wrongdoings within the organizations in which they work.

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