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Have your arbitration agreement reviewed by an attorney
Have your arbitration agreement reviewed by an attorney

If you’re like a lot of employers, you have incorporated arbitration agreements into your hiring process because you like the efficiency they bring when it comes to resolving disputes with your workers. Arbitration is a much cheaper and faster process than going to court, ...

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