Ever call the anonymous line to only then get badgered by your boss asking if you made the "anonymous" call? I did. Totally out of line.
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@1dtj A Business Insider reporter also told a friend of mine that Lowe's public relations office contacted them and demanded that they only talk to Lowe's employees that they would put forward.
The fear that this company has instilled in its workers and threats of retaliation are insane, I had a employee use the anonymous EthicsPoint online portal to report an issue, He told me that his brother in law is a network administrator at a law firm, he said he went to the firm and had his brother in law set up a VPN on a secure confidential connection set up so that it cannot be traced back to him. The fact that employees need to go to such lengths for fear of their jobs is insane. The most recent article in Business Insider had a few comments from managers that would not even allow business insider to publish the STATE that they where in for fear of retaliation. The fact that managers and employees believe that this company will use just the state they work in to hunt them down and terminate them is such a sign of the sinking and toxic morale in this company.
Just key their car like a normal person
@12fZoJIY-kup asked "What anonymous line?"
OP may be referring to the Ethics Point line you can call and report concerns without giving your name.
What anonymous line?
Buy a cheap Tracfone and use it as a burn number.