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Individuals who report unethical or illegal behavior in an organization are referred to as: A)tell alls. B)whistleblowers. C)scapegoats. D) gossip mongers.
Individuals who report unethical or illegal behavior in an organization are referred to as: whistleblowers.
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Individuals who report unethical or illegal behavior in an organization are referred to as: whistleblowers.

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