Employee Waivers Open Arbitration Doors

Rukavina, John
December 2003
Fire Chief;Dec2003, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p20
Trade Publication
Discusses the application of employment arbitration agreements in fire service management in the U.S. Advantages of arbitration over lawsuits both for employers and employees; Ways in which a fire department can develop an employment-application lawsuit waiver program that would an employee's substantive rights.


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