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Purpose: This paper presents an exploratory study of 'speaking up' in international auditing firms. We examine two key questions: (i) what is the propensity of employees in training to speak up on workplace problems and (ii) how would management react to employees in training speaking up on workplace problems? Design: We compare and contrast the views of employees on training contracts with management including partners. Semi-structured interviews were carried out with 8 managers/partners anddoi:10.1108/er-05-2015-0078 fatcat:6ufw5vxx5zgfrdxiu6uhwliv5a