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univbee
Jun 3, 2004




Your employer docking your wages in a way that's almost certainly illegal isn't the customer's fault, and I say this as someone who would tip for the scenario you describe. Binding arbitration isn't a free pass to break the law.

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univbee
Jun 3, 2004



Cardiovorax posted:

No, it pretty much is.

Honestly, the introduction of arbitration hasn't really changed whether or not your employer can gently caress you; frankly it just makes it way more obvious that it's what they're doing now.

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