Based on a 5 to 4 vote, Supreme Court lawyers ruled that employers may enforce individual arbitration agreements that restrict the ability for workers to collectively pursue allegations of federal workplace law violations. With this ruling, provisions within a company’s arbitration agreement limit employees to individual claims, prohibiting them from joining others including forming a union. An additional danger brought forward by the #Metoo Movement is that some arbitration clauses allow employers to conceal sexual abuse and harassment by executives.

The workers rights advocates at The Law Office of Garry M. Tetalman understand the complicated nature of maneuvering through all the legal red tape when it comes to workplace laws. If you think you have been treated unjustly, please call us today at (805) 879-7518.