If you suspect wrongdoing at your workplace, and it is not possible to resolve the issue by telling your employer – or you have told them and the issue has not been dealt with – you may be thinking of revealing the wrongdoing, or whistleblowing. If this is the case, please contact us immediately for expert legal advice.
Whistleblowing is a complex area of the law and any allegation of wrongdoing from a whistleblower is likely to be fiercely defended. You need to ensure that you protect your own interests and that you are contacting the correct authorities to make any disclosure.
Whistleblowers are protected by law as long as the complaint they make is in the public interest, they believe it is true and they are telling the appropriate person.
If you have already revealed the wrongdoing and are now suffering detrimental treatment at work – or have even been dismissed – please contact us. We can act for you in the employment tribunal to challenge the dismissal and claim compensation.
We have extensive experience of dealing with sensitive whistleblowing situations, including those arising in medical establishments and care homes.
Please contact us at the earliest opportunity for a confidential discussion.
Please call our dedicated Employment Hotline for any advice or information on employment-related matters.
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