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Changing arbitration plan? Get every employee’s signature

08/02/2010

In Texas, employees can be required to arbitrate employment disputes instead of going to court. When they start work, employees typically sign a document indicating they received and read the agreement. But employers often change arbitration agreements. Every time they do so, employees must receive a new copy—and sign an acknowledgment that they got it.

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