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Supreme Court ruling makes it harder for workers to take legal action against their employers

Kimberly Adams May 21, 2018
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The United States Supreme Court handed down several rulings today — one in particular has a pretty good chance of affecting you. The court said today that employers can indeed force employees into individual arbitration to resolve workplace disputes. Specifically, arbitration agreements that bar employees from participating in class-action lawsuits. Workers’ rights group say the ruling is detrimental.

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