Check out Amy’s event at Davis on September 27th

Sep 06

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The high cost of whistleblower retaliation: Why institutions should prevent it

Jul 01

Over the last two years, whistleblower retaliation claims have become far more prevalent. According to the 2011 National Business Ethics Supplementary Report entitled “Retaliation: When Whistleblowers Become Victims,” more than 22% of those who reported misconduct in 2011 perceived retaliation for doing so! Read the full article...

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2011 National Business Ethics Survey

Jun 27

Published every two years, ERC’s National Business Ethics Survey® (NBES) is the nationally-recognized barometer of workplace ethics. NBES is the most exacting longitudinal research effort examining organizational ethics from the employee perspective. The long-term nature of the study is important because it provides context for national trends. The NBES and...

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Amy Testifies at Senate Hearing in Support of Whistleblower Protections

Apr 27

On April 25, 2012 9:30am, I testified with Senator Leland Yee in support of his Senate Bill 1336: Whistleblower Findings. The hearing was the Governance and Finance Committee in Room 112 of the State Capitol in Sacramento, California. SB 1336 proposes to require the release of names of wrong-doers after the findings of an investigation have been substantiated and the...

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Is Whistleblowing Effective for an Orgnization?

Dec 09

Please read my lastest article, “Is Whistleblowing Effective for an Organization?” published in December 2011 issue of Compliance and Ethics Professional Journal. Click here to download the article...

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UC whistle-blower to speak

Jul 07

In anticipation of my author event at the Kensington Library, Inside Bay Area wrote an article about me: UC whistle-blower to speak Dr. Amy Block Joy didn’t set out to write a book. At least not one about embezzlement and whistle-blowing. The University of California professor has had a long, distinguished career, having published work over 30 years and been on...

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Taos, New Mexico Author Event

Jun 21

From the Taos Summer Writers’ Conference article: Participant Amy Block Joy to Give Sunday Roundtable on Her Post-Taos Book Publication! We’re so excited to announce the addition of another roundtable to our roster at the conference! At 1 pm on Sunday, July 17th, returning participant and author Amy Block Joy will give a roundtable titled “Taos to...

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