What is Whistleblowing in the Workplace?

By: Mitchiner Law
DENVER - Jan. 14, 2023 - PRLog -- Whistleblowing is a term used to explain a person who reports conditions found in a workplace they believe to violate laws or safety measures. However, this can get murky between employers and their employees. So, knowing your rights and where to draw the line in the workplace is essential.
  1. If you feel workplace violations have been made, contact the Occupation Safety and Health Administration, known as OSHA. * See the previous blog for more information about OSHA*
  2. Reporting does not allow employers to fire, deny benefits, threaten, or negatively impact employees.
  3. Time Frame: This will vary depending on the issues. From 30 to 180 days, seek information on the subject and time frame to ensure you're protected and resolve the issue.
  4. Keep Record: While this is not always mandatory, keeping a record of information is better so employees and employers can easily access information if needed.

For questions about Whistleblowing in the workplace, contact Mitchner Law for legal advice and consultation.

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