If you’re treated unfairly after whistleblowing
You can take a case to an employment tribunal if you’ve been treated unfairly because you’ve blown the whistle.
You can get further information from the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (Acas), Citizens’ Advice, the whistleblowing charity Public Concern at Work or your trade union.
If you reported your concern anonymously, you may find it harder to argue that your unfair treatment was as a result of your whistleblowing.
You must raise any claim of unfair dismissal within 3 months of your employment ending.
You must notify Acas if you want to take your case to an employment tribunal.