The Practical Employment Law Podcast: What is a Whistleblower and Why Should You Care?

In general, a whistleblower is someone who reports illegal, immoral or unethical behavior that is going on inside an organization. The reason why we in the employment law world care about this is because there are a great many laws that protect employees who “blow the whistle” on their employers. 

This podcast episode will cover the basics of how whistleblower claims work, what drives whistleblower claims and litigation, and takeaways for employers.

Listen in and find out how your business can avoid issues with whistleblowers.

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