Whistleblowing | Advantage Solicitors





Whistleblowing is an important aspect of employment law that aims to protect workers who speak out against wrongdoing in the workplace. If you are considering blowing the whistle on your employer or have suffered retaliation for doing so, it is important to understand your legal rights and options. At Advantage Solicitors, our experienced employment law solicitors can provide you with the advice and support you need.

Whistleblowing occurs when a worker discloses information about wrongdoing or malpractice in the workplace. This could include a breach of health and safety regulations, financial misconduct, or any other activity that is illegal or unethical. Whistle-blowers are protected by law against retaliation from their employer, such as dismissal or disciplinary action.

To be protected under whistleblowing legislation, the disclosure must be made in the public interest and the worker must have a reasonable belief that the information disclosed is true. If you have blown the whistle on your employer and have suffered retaliation as a result, such as dismissal or demotion, you may be able to bring a claim for unfair dismissal or detriment under whistleblowing legislation.

At Advantage Solicitors, we understand the importance of whistleblowing in protecting the public interest and ensuring that employers are held accountable for their actions. Our team of experienced employment law solicitors can provide you with the legal support and advice you need to navigate the complex area of whistleblowing law.

We can assist you with making a whistleblowing disclosure, advising on the appropriate channels to use, and protecting your legal rights. If you have suffered retaliation as a result of blowing the whistle, we can help you understand your legal options and guide you through the process of making a claim.

We are committed to protecting the rights of whistle-blowers and ensuring that they are not subject to victimisation or retaliation for speaking out against wrongdoing in the workplace. If you have questions about whistleblowing or need legal advice on any employment matter, do not hesitate to contact us for a confidential consultation. Our team is here to support you and help you navigate the complexities of employment law.

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