• The HR Specialist - Print Newsletter
  • HR Specialist: Employment Law
  • The HR LAW Weekly
  • The HR Weekly

Don’t want class-action arbitration? Say so

11/18/2011

When claims involve unpaid overtime or misclassification, attorneys representing employees naturally want to handle the case as a class or collective action. Some employers think that if they include an arbitration agreement in their terms and conditions of em­­ploy­­ment, a wage-and-hour claim has to go to arbi­­tra­­tion as an individual claim. That’s not necessarily true.

Login


Your subscription includes:
  • checkmarkAsk the Attorney: Answers to your HR legal questions
  • checkmarkCompliance Guidance: Access to 7,000 HR news articles, updated daily, sorted by state
  • checkmarkState-by-State: Summaries of HR laws in all 50 states
  • checkmarkManager's Training Library: a treasure trove of printable training guides
  • checkmarkMemos to Managers for simple staff training
  • checkmarkThe Hiring Toolkit: Job descriptions, interview questions & exemption tests for 200+ positions
  • checkmarkWebinar of the Week: Train instantly with recent recordings
  • checkmarkSample Policies, Weekly Podcasts, Q&As and much, much more ...
Start Your Free Trial