Recommended Reading: EPI’s May 2019 “Unchecked Corporate Power” Report

I just read a May 2019 Report entitled “Unchecked Corporate Power: Forced Arbitration, the Enforcement Crisis, and How Workers are Fighting Back. The report is published by the Economic Policy Institute and the Center for Popular Democracy, with the assistance of the National Employment Law Project. I think the Report does a great job of explaining how our Nation’s most precious employment rights laws are largely going unenforced due to the combination of employers’ increasing use of forced arbitration agreements (with class action waivers, of course) plus the decrease in resources dedicated to governmental enforcement. The Report is very well-researched and is written in plain language that is easy to understand. I thought it was excellent, and I hope you will read it. -PW

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