What is Whistle-blowing? (Part 1)

Paul Jackson

14 May 2017

The term whistleblowing can be defined as someone raising a concern about a wrong doing within their organisation. The concern must be a genuine concern about a crime, criminal offence, miscarriage of justice, dangers to health and safety and of the environment.

Expert employment solicitor Paul Jackson answers some questions and explains the rules around Whistle-blowing.

  • What is whistle-blowing?
  • What is a whistle-blower?
  • What evidence must a whistle-blower have?
  • Should the whistle-blower have the evidence first?

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