No person may discharge or otherwise retaliate or discriminate against any person for reporting in good faith under this subsection.
No person may discharge or otherwise retaliate or discriminate against any individual on whose behalf another person has reported in good faith under this subsection.
Any discharge of a person or act of retaliation or discrimination that is taken against a person who makes a report under this subsection, within 120 days after the report is made, establishes a rebuttable presumption that the discharge or act is made in response to the report. This presumption may be rebutted by a preponderance of evidence that the discharge or act was not made in response to the report.
Any employee who is discharged or otherwise discriminated against may file a complaint with the department of workforce development under s. 106.54 (5)
Any person not described in subd. 2. b.
who is retaliated or discriminated against in violation of subd. 1. a.
may commence an action in circuit court for damages incurred as a result of the violation.
Chs. 46-58, Charitable, Curative, Reformatory and Penal Institutions and Agencies