Many times, employees feel intimated by their employers to an extent of keeping quiet if someone acts wrong at their workplace. Indeed, not many people have the fortitude to report their colleagues’ wrongdoings by their employer. Whistle blowers, on the contrary, are those who gather courage to report such wrongdoings, even when they are aware of the effects it might have on their relationship with the employer (Curry, 2010). However, employees should be also aware of the safeguards that can protect them from employer’s retaliation for blowing the whistle. Therefore, although whistle blowing comes at a cost, everyone has the moral obligation to report any wrongdoing by their employers because everybody has to uphold integrity at their workplaces as part of the society, safeguard their own interests, and possesses the right to free speech.