1. Is there a difference between the court’s protection of an employee
who reports a rape by a co-worker or the theft of a car, and an
employee who is constantly reporting the theft of the company’s
paper clips and pens?
2. Should the latter employee in the above question be protected?
Consider that the court in Palmateer remarked that “the magnitude
of the crime is not the issue here. It was the General Assembly
who decided that the theft of a $2 screwdriver was a problem that
should be resolved by resort to the criminal justice system.”
3. What are other areas of public policy that might offer protection to
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