Category: Whistleblowing

Protection for Arizona Employees that Report Unethical Business Practices

Employees who report misconduct are protected by a number of federal acts called “whistleblower protections.” These acts protect those who report environmental, health, or

How to Prove a Hostile Work Environment

Introduction Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibits harassment in the workplace on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, and sex.

What Protects Whistleblowers From Retaliation?

Every employee has the right to file a complaint against their employer, whether that involves submitting an internal complaint within the company or filing

Rewards For Whistleblowers

When an employee chooses to report evidence of an employer’s illegal activity, the individual is referred to as a whistleblower. Whether the activity in

How To Become a Whistleblower

Introduction Federal, state, and local government agencies work hard to ensure that employers in the United States conduct business fairly, ethically, and lawfully, but

Can a Whistle Blower Remain Anonymous?

Introduction In most whistleblower cases, the government agency involved will do their best to keep the whistleblower’s identity confidential to the extent practicable and

Retaliation in the Workplace

Introduction Employee’s can experience backlash from their employers if they make complaints about discrimination, harassment, or a violation of personal rights at work. Fortunately

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