Whistleblower Claims: Report Workplace Violations Without Fear
When your workplace begins cutting corners and risking the health, safety and well-being of you and your colleagues, something should be done to stop them. Many employees who recognize workplace violations do not report them because they fear losing their job.
My name is Rod Bridgers of the Law Office of Rod Bridgers, LLLC, and I am a Hawaii attorney with more than 38 years of experience. You have rights that protect you from retaliation if you report a workplace violation. If your employer illegally takes action against you, I can effectively and efficiently defend your legal rights as an employee.
You Should Not Have To Endure Retaliation
If your workplace breaks the law or violates public policy, you have the right to report this wrongdoing without fear of retaliation. There are laws in place that protect the individual (whistleblower) who reports a violation. These laws prevent employers from retaliating against whistleblowers who work for them. Retaliation can come in many forms, including:
- Decreasing pay or hours
- Withholding advancement opportunities
- Acting with hostility
- Changing responsibilities
If you were retaliated against after reporting a workplace violation, I can protect your rights and your career.
An Attorney To Act As Your Shield
Without an experienced attorney to represent you in your workplace violation report, you risk your well-being, job and future. Even if you already have reported an incident, talk to an employment law attorney immediately to determine your next step.