I've been working at a non-profit for 2 years. The first year was great but I did notice some things that I thought were a bit 'shady'. I report direct to the Exec Director and pay his expenses. Some of them I thought were excessive to say the least and very vague about what they were for e.g. lunch expenses, breakfasts etc. A lot of the time he doesn't get receipts for things either. Unfortunately I log all the expenses on the system and am responsible for that part of the job.
The last year has troubled me more the way he talks about all the staff and I've seen him work it so he gets rid of certain staff by saying that there's no more funding for them.
Seeing as I see all the funding that comes in this isn't true. What happens is the person he doesn't like goes and then he re-advertises the job with a different job title.
Problem for me is that he's turned on me a bit. Why - because I question his expenses and when he asks for advice about getting rid of someone I try to say that it's not ethical etc.
There's also a board that he should inform about certain things but I know he doesn't tell them everything and has even told me not to tell them certain things.
It's put me in an uncomfortable position and it's eating me up. Anyone else been in a similar position. Bear in mind - there's no higher ups I can go to, other than the board.
As I decide what to do -- look for another job or think about whistle blowing -- what is the best way to approach the board (if I go that way), and what are some likely repercussions?