A whistleblower is a worker who brings information about wrongdoing to the attention of their employer or a relevant organisation, also known more formally as making a disclosure in the public interest. Workers are protected from dismissal or suffering a detriment for having made a protected disclosure.
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A whistleblower is a worker who brings a wrongdoing to the attention of their employer or a relevant organisation. Read on for more information on the type of complaints that count as whistleblowing and the protections that are afforded to workers who “blow the whistle”.