Fort Wayne Metals Research Products Corp, including its subsidiaries and/or affiliates (collectively or individually as appropriate “FWM”) may be considered a Federal contractor and/or subcontractor. As such, the National Defense Authorization Act of 2013 extends whistleblower protection to employees, in the performance of Federal contracts or subcontracts.
Information on Whistleblower Protection Law
Federal contractors, subcontractors, and grantees may not discharge, demote, or otherwise discriminate against an employee as retaliation for making a protected disclosure of information that the employee reasonably believes is evidence of:
Protected Disclosures under Whistleblower Protection Law
Protected disclosures in this context include information shared with:
Please note, a complaint may not be brought more than three years after the date on which the alleged retaliation took place.
A whistleblower is an employee of Fort Wayne Metals who reports an activity that he/she considers to be illegal or dishonest to one or more of the parties specified in this Policy.
If an employee has knowledge of or a concern of illegal or dishonest fraudulent activity, the employee is to contact his/her immediate supervisor or the Legal Department. An employee may also report an activity anonymously here:
As a manufacturer of materials for life-saving medical devices,
Fort Wayne Metals is an Essential Business. This means that our employees are exempted from Governor Holcomb’s
“Directive for Hoosiers to Stay at Home”. We will to continue operating while navigating this situation and ensuring our employees’ health and safety.
You can find more information about
our response to COVID-19 here.
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