Ensuring that the program succeeds- Employment ADR How To's - Dispute Resolution Journal - Vol. 53, No. 3
The author is a principal with PartnerSource, Inc., a human resource consulting firm based in Dallas, which has implemented employment arbitration programs for more than 200 employers that cover approximately 400,000 employees nationwide.
A successful employment ADR program, says the author, must consider several issues, such as addressing employee disputes early through an in-house dispute resolution process. He also sets out ways to introduce an employment ADR program that can benefit both the company and its employees.
You’re an employer and you’re concerned. The more you read about multimillion-dollar jury awards to disgruntled employees, the more vulnerable you feel. But it has come to your attention that some employers are managing this risk by requiring employees to arbitrate all employment disputes, and