What should I do if I’m facing whistleblower retaliation?

If you are experiencing whistleblower retaliation after reporting your concerns to a supervisor, HR, or compliance official, you should immediately seek help from a whistleblower attorney. You should not wait until your company fires you.

Your rights are determined by what you blow the whistle on and the method in which you make your disclosure. It’s to your advantage to make your disclosure according to the laws that will provide you with maximum protection and payout.

All whistleblower laws have a statute of limitation. These are established deadlines for filing complaints, which can be as little as 30 days. Others are three years or more. Whichever law you’re using, be sure you know the statute of limitation.

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