Public Concern At Work, the whistleblowing charity, is the leading authority in the field. We aim to protect society by encouraging workplace whistleblowing.
- We advise individuals with whistleblowing dilemmas at work
- We support organisations with their whistleblowing arrangements
- We inform public policy and seek legislative change
you have a concern about possible wrongdoing or malpractice in the workplace? Do you know how to raise your concern so that it can be resolved by your employer or addressed by a independent body?
We can help you.
We provide independent and confidential
advice to workers who are unsure whether or how to raise a public interest concern. Our advice line is managed by qualified lawyers with a wealth of experience in whistleblowing law and practice.
Find out more about our confidential advice
Follow guidance on the remit and scope of our advice. This explains what we can advise on and how we can help you.
Find answers to frequently
asked questions(FAQs) about whistleblowing, legal protection and the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998.
See our case studies for examples of the types of concerns we
can help you with. Follow details of the case, the advice we gave and the final outcome of each matter.
Please visit http://www.pcaw.co.uk for more information.