The Law at Work: Distinguishing an enforceable employment arbitration agreement from an unenforceable one

Court rulings affect employers considering mandatory arbitration policies. In his The Law at Work column in the San Diego Union- Tribune, Shareholder Dan Eaton examines two recent cases involving mandatory arbitration policies and the three lessons employers should take from their rulings:

  1. An employee’s signature on an arbitration policy is neither necessary nor sufficient
  2. The employer should provide the arbitration policy in the employee’s native language
  3. Any arbitration policy should not unduly restrict rights the employee would have in court

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May 3, 2019  |  Categories: Employment Law
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