Whistleblowers



If you witness wrongdoing on your job, you must choose whether to remain silent or bear witness and speak out. Oftentimes, whistleblowers are fired for their disclosures and can sue for wrongful termination in violation of public policy. Please visit our “public policy” page for further information on this subject.

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