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This is a good example of employees becoming activists. Good employees advise their bosses when they see trouble and then follow the bosses orders. Most employees are not tasked with representing the best interests of the public. They are employed to fill a role that makes the company money. If nothing else, employees should strive to be highly productive.
This analyst is out of line. When the SEC or DOJ drops the hammer, it will be the big bosses who will be scrutinized. Just do your job.
Seriously, this women has a Go Fund Me page? What about the millions of others who have lost their jobs? What nut job would give one cent to her?
She took the risk of whistle blowing and did it in an industry that we all know are not going to hire someone who back-stabbed the company they were working for.
Right or wrong (and if Disney was wrong the SEC will have them pay the price, as they should), she had to know what this would do to her career. But she made that choice! And now she wants charity for that? Ah…No!
So now we want to punish the whistle blower? First and foremost advising a boss is one thing them following orders and be complicit is another. Doing your job does not mean you violate laws or follow along to go along.
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