Whistleblowing means telling the right person about something that is seriously wrong at work. This could include a failure to comply with a legal obligation or a danger to health and safety. Workers who make this type of public interest disclosure are protected by law.
Our specialist employment lawyers have extensive experience in ‘whistleblowing’ claims. We can advise you on your rights if you have been treated less favourably or dismissed as a result of making a public interest disclosure.
We understand the pressures you are likely to be under. We will to guide you through each stage of the legal process, providing straightforward, practical, cost-effective advice. It costs nothing to pick up the phone or email us to find out more.