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Committee on Education and LaborCommittee on the JudiciaryIntroducedOctober 30th, 2018
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Forced arbitration clauses make it harder for workers to seek justice when they experience workplace harassment, discrimination, and other misconduct. Reversing the Supreme Court’s ruling in Epic Systems v. Lewis is necessary to preserve this worker protection.
Arbitration is less costly and time-consuming than class action lawsuits, allowing all parties involved in an employment dispute to resolve the dispute quickly and efficiently. Prospective employees that don’t agree to using arbitration to settle future disputes can go work elsewhere.