What is Whistleblower Protection?

A whistleblower is a person who exposes any kind of information or activity that is deemed illegal, unethical, or not correct within an organization that is either private or public. The Whistleblower Protection Act was made into federal law in the United States in 1989. – Wikipedia

Employees shouldn’t have to experience retaliation for opposing illegal or unethical conduct within the workplace. 

Some common violations whistleblowers expose:

  • Wage Practices
  • Healthcare & Pharmaceutical
  • Government Contract
  • Financial/Investment Fraud
  • Tax Fraud & Violations
  • Auto Safety
  • Housing & Mortgage Fraud
  • Environmental Safety
  • Insurance Fraud & Violations
  • Food Safety
  • Transit Safety & Security
  • Aviation Safety & Security
  • Consumer Product Safety
  • OSHA Violations