Arbitration Agreements, also defined as Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) Agreements, are designed (and approved by the courts) to mitigate challenges from employees. Under an Arbitration Agreement, the employees’ complaint is heard by a retired judge and is settled almost immediately, rather than going into litigation. Most all rules of court apply.
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You may have heard about a problem with pre-populating Section 1 of the Form I-9 — ignore it!
There seems to be some confusion among our esteemed policy-making agencies about the issue of whether it is legal or not legal to pre-populate Section 1 of the Form I-9:
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US Supreme Court ruled that an employee is a “supervisor” under Title VII only when empowered by the employer to take tangible employment action.
The question of who is a “supervisor” brings more to bear on the employer / owner than you may think.
Read the whole article: Restaurant Recruitment: It’s Very Important Who You Identify as a Supervisor of Your Restaurant(s)