LONDON —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. division’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 company’s Americas division, based in Charlotte, N.C., but not at Compass’ ...

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