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  1. Hi, I was wondering if anyone can help regarding whistleblowing and subsequent victimisation? I am asking on behalf of someone else. Due to the sensitive nature of the situation, I need to be a little vague, I apologise. The person complained at work about a situation that is definitely unethical and probably fraudulent. It involves vulnerable people and a high profile national organisation's name. The person was as a result bullied quite badly and the CEO made barely veiled threats about their job. About 2 weeks after the complaint, a whistleblowing policy retroactively appeared saying w
  2. Hi there, I'm a company director (no shares), and discovered late last year that the MD and majority shareholder were committing fraud (fraudulent invoices from ghost employees, tax evasion) for financial gain. Over teh Christmas break I grabbed all the books and now have concrete evidence. I have notified the police who advised me to call the HMRC hotline - this was done back on 29/12/14 and I'm still waiting to hear back from them. Returning to work on Jan 5th, I confronted the MD and shareholder, and they put me on garden leave. A letter from their solicitor the following day
  3. Hi all, long time lurker first post! I had been working for an agency who had been short changing my wages resulting in not being paid the national minimum wage. Several other co workers were in the same boat. I told the agency i expected to be paid for these hours and would be reporting the matter to hmrc and the workers rights helpline. Three hours later I was "no longer required" I have since reported them for the above. Am I protected under whistleblowing laws?
  4. The Financial Conduct Authority has admitted it does not track whether further regulatory action is taken when whistleblowing reports are handed over to other internal departments. A freedom of information request, submitted by Money Marketing, reveals the FSA’s whistleblowing team received 4,063 tip-offs between 1 April 2012 and 31 March 2013, up 13 per cent from 3,600 the previous year. When asked to provide the number of whistleblowing reports received in 2012/13 that resulted in enforcement action, the regulator was unable to do so. The FoI reveals the FSA did not record what happened
  5. I noticed that Amelia Gentleman, a reporter for the Guardian has been asking for people's experience on work programme on Twitter. Here is her tweet which contains her email address. As this is not a verified account here is a link to her Guardian profile. http://www.guardian.co.uk/profile/ameliagentleman
  6. My situation is as follows: Somebody rang the works whistleblowing hotline and made 2 allegations about me. Allegation 1: That when i had the opportunity to re-hire an old employee in January 2010 to a new position that i did not follow procedures in order to receive the companies referral fee, i have been accussed of stating that I would give 50% of the fee to the re-hire, that I would not advertise the job for the given period that i would interview him. Allegation 2: The whistleblower has stated that my current employer has overpaid me by £800 in June 2009 and I deliberately did
  7. All, I have read this thread with interest as it seems very relevant to me. One big difference is that the respondent has asked for me to consider JM and the CMD (by telephone) is scheduled to last 15 minutes. I have already said that I am in agreement (really good things to do with my life, still, but very annoyed with the company who sacked me). I will ask for a statement of position and expectations from the other side and also for them to meet the cost of legal representation on the day to approve any eventual agreement. Or the cost of it afterwards, to sign it off but I am wary
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