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Posted on October 27, 2021 | Employment Law,Firm News,Whistleblower Protection,Workers Compensation
California Labor Code Section 1102.5 confers broad protection to employees from suffering retaliation as a result of “whistleblowing.” Some employees in California may wonder if their whistleblowing has to be made to an outside agency to protect them. The statute provides guidance on this and makes clear that even making the complaint to the employer in and of itself counts as “whistleblowing” and confers protection to the employee. Here are some further details on what would count as whistleblowing:
In addition to the above, an employer cannot retaliate against an employee for the following:
If you believe you have suffered adverse consequences as a result of whistleblowing activity, feel free to contact The Law Office of Omid Nosrati at 310-553-5630 for a free case evaluation.