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