Q. Should I talk to my employer about it?

Should I talk to my employer about it?

I have some safety concerns about my current workplace.






Feb, 2022

1 Answer
  • orlyfoushee

    As a general rule, yes, the first thing you should do is notify your employer. However, things are not always that simple, and it’s not uncommon for workers to fear they might suffer retaliation if they bring up safety concerns. And sometimes employers will just straight up ignore concerns raised by employees.
    Under the two latter circumstances, the best option is to sit down with an employment attorney and discuss your options. They can let you know whether or not any safety violations occur and to whom you should report the issues.
    If you find yourself having to keep working while the issue hasn’t been addressed, it’s a good idea to save the number of a San Mateo workers compensation lawyer on your phone, so you can call them if you do suffer an accident. As the Law Offices of David Lowe website explains, the sooner you talk to an attorney after an accident, the better when it comes to making sure you’ll get proper compensation.


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