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Mandatory Employment Arbitration: Weighing the Pros and Cons

Posted by Levey Frisch, Janette at Thursday, 11/29/2012 10:10 am
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It’s time to wrap-up the mini-series on mandatory employment arbitration! If you are just joining us, The Emplawyerologist established here, here and here that mandatory employment arbitration policies are generally enforceable when they meet certain criteria. While we know an employer can compel employees to submit disputes to binding arbitration, should an employer do so? What are the advantages and disadvatages of binding arbitration over litigation to resolve employment disputes?

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