When you learn that your employer is engaging in some type of wrongful, unlawful, or unethical conduct, reporting the conduct can help the good of all employees and even the public at large. However, many people are too afraid of losing their jobs or suffering other adverse employment consequences because they complained of the misconduct. In the interest of public policy, California has a Whistleblower Protection Act that provides important rights to employees who “blow the whistle” on their employers.
If you are considering a report against your employer or if your employer already retaliated against you, you should consult with a whistleblower lawyer in Los Angeles right away. Find out how our legal team at Martin & Bontrager, APC can help.