Fed Employees Fear Reprisals

Federal employees are increasingly unlikely to disclose corrupt practices out of fear of reprisal, says a report for the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner. “The reality is the workplace culture is dominated by an attitude that no one should ‘rock the boat,’” it said: “Participants described themselves as having ‘become less naïve,’ ‘more pessimistic,’ ‘more cynical.’”

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