Using my throwaway for obvious reasons.
I don’t know what to do with this information so I’m asking the void. I apologize if I’m being kinda vague.
I work for a tech company that serves the nonprofit community.
We have an affiliate program that pays a commission if the affiliate signs up a new client.
So, there’s an international NPO with many regional offices that function under the umbrella of the big name.
I recently found out that the Director of Digital Fundraising for the parent company is personally getting a commission for signing up the regional offices.
I think it’s bad optics at best and corruption at worst. I have no idea if it’s illegal or unethical. I personally would never do it because I wouldn’t even want the appearance of a conflict of interest.
Is this like whistleblower-level bad or should I just keep my head down and mind my own business?
Thanks in advance.
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