1. Whistle Blowing Policy

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  • Whistle Blowing Policy
    • Allows staff to report other staff who are behaving inappropriately
    • Helps to ensure clients rights are protected and promoted
    • Standard of care - higher in an environment where whistle-blowing is encouraged
    • Policy is a legal obligation on staff to report inappropriate behaviour - complying with law
    • Workers reluctant to report - identity becomes known to other workers
    • Staff may experience bullying if other workers know about the reporting
    • Lack of trust between employees - affect team dynamics, quality of care affected
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