Now that the European Parliament has voted overwhelmingly to approve new rules that establish uniform standards for protecting whistleblowers from retaliation, companies that do business in any of the European Union’s 28 member countries should be preparing to avoid running afoul of the forthcoming law.

The rules are slated to take effect in two years, assuming that EU ministers approve the law, which is likely—observers expect that this is essentially a done deal.

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