Would You Rat Out Your Boss For $100,000 Or More?

Business Insider

December 13, 2011

Labaton Sucharow's Whistleblower Representation Practice, led by Jordan A. Thomas, administered an Ethics & Action survey, which is cited in this article.

Over 75% of Americans are willing to blow the whistle on shady happenings in the workplace, but only if they can remain anonymous and there's cash in it for them, according to a recent survey conducted by business law firm Labaton Sucharow (via Time).