LONDON â€”In a move observers said was an effort to offset the residue of a United Nations contract scandal, foodservice giant Compass Group PLC took a chapter from its U.S. divisionâ€™s operations playbook and in February enacted incentives for whistle-blowers in its overseas businesses. The program, called Speak Up, has been in place for several years at the companyâ€™s Americas division, based in Charlotte, N.C., but not at Compassâ€™ ...
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