To obtain protection the whistle blower must comply with the following: 1. He/she must be a worker 2. The whistleblower must reasonably believe that one or more of the following malpractices have happened, are
Workers are legally protected from being dismissed or subjected to any other detriment for disclosing malpractice or wrongdoing in the workplace (commonly known as ‘whistleblowing’).
The Employment Rights Act 1996 protects workers from being dismissed or otherwise penalised by their employer for reporting malpractices or wrongdoing within the workplace.
If a worker wishes to make a disclosure to you under the Public Interest Disclosure Act or you are involved in the disclosure procedure in any way: 1. If you have one,