Class Actions

A large number of employers require employees to sign arbitration agreements that waive their right to sue for illegal, violative, or improper activities. A recently decided supreme court case held that agreements that include class action waivers are in fact enforceable. Companies know that employees cannot, in most cases, afford to pay out of pocket for relatively small claims. Inhibiting, and/or making it difficult for employees to bring, class actions is an effective way for employers to protect themselves from lawsuits. These agreements and clauses can preclude employees from getting the treatment and/or compensation they deserve.


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