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Whistleblower Retaliation: “Do I Have a Case?”

  1. Were you an employee of the Company in question?

If “yes,” proceed to the next question.

  1. Were you discharged, demoted, cut in pay/benefits, undergo an adverse change in job duties, receive a career-damaging evaluation, involuntarily transferred, OR receive an unwanted change in job title?

If “yes,” proceed to the next question.

  1. While employed, did you observe Company activity that at the time you believed to be highly unethical and possibly even illegal?

If “yes,” proceed to the next question.

  1. Concerning these activities, did you EITHER: a) complain informally to management about the activity, OR b) passively refuse to participate in the activity despite encouragement to join, OR c) report the activity to a government agency?

If “yes,” proceed to Whistleblower Case Filter page 2 of 3.

 

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