Part 4: Retaliation pervades while whistleblowers persevere

Andrew Russo

Many whistleblowers experience retaliation for coming forward, and it comes in all kinds of forms.

They can be suddenly reassigned to completely unfamiliar work or excluded from meetings they should be attending. They may eventually be demoted or fired.

Jane Norberg, chief of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of the Whistleblower from 2016-21, said retaliation can come in a variety of ways.

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