It takes courage to report wrongdoing
The decision to be a whistleblower is not an easy one. A whistleblower is someone who reports wrongdoing in the workplace. Your company may not be following regulations. There may be some deliberate, harmful fraud. Or you may be a witness to harassment and discrimination. What should you do?
It is a good idea to talk to an experienced lawyer before you take any action. Your attorney can help you sort through the facts and determine what can and should be reported.
At Thater Law Group, P.C. in Las Vegas, we know that this is not an easy decision to make. We also know that you are rightfully concerned about your job and the reactions you could face at work if you become a whistleblower.
Whistleblower issues: Talk to an attorney
When you are struggling with whether to report wrongdoing, you cannot trust anyone in the company. The company and its managers do not want wrongdoing made public. If you fear you could face retaliation, up to and including wrongful termination, you should talk to a lawyer. As an employee, you have rights. An experienced lawyer can explain those rights and the protections that are available to you as a whistleblower.
Protect your rights as a whistleblower. Contact a lawyer who can help you make a decision that is right for you. At Thater Law Group, we represent clients throughout southern Nevada.