There is a suppressive cultural attitude towards criticism of corporate policy — especially if that criticism comes as a result of fatal accidents.

by none | October 4, 2019 AT 3:01 AM

Thirty-three-year-old Boeing engineer turned whistleblower Curtis Ewbank, writing in an internal ethics complaint that the company had rejected 737 MAX safety upgrades before fatal crashes to avoid costs and additional pilot training requirements. (Seattle Times — October 2, 2019)