Whistleblowing Solicitors – Expert Guide

The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 has resulted in changes to the law on protected disclosures, more commonly known as ‘whistleblowing’.

Whistleblowing is the casual name for reporting a suspected wrongdoing at work. Officially this is called “making a disclosure in the public interest”.

An employee or worker has the right not to be dismissed or disadvantaged because s/he has made a whistleblowing disclosure at work. If you are an employee, it will be deemed to be automatic unfair dismissal if you are dismissed because of your whistleblowing, and there is no qualifying period of service required, nor a cap on compensation if you are successful.

For further information, please call our expert employment lawyers to discuss your specific requirements on 0207 956 8699 or email info@rllaw.co.uk. Please also read our expert guide below on whistleblowing law and the recent changes.

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