Arbitration is an alternative dispute resolution process used in employment law cases in which a neutral party, the arbitrator, conducts one or more hearings and makes a final binding decision, thereby avoiding a costly trial. The arbitrator generally has the authority to make a binding decision, unlike mediation, where the mediator assists the parties in resolving the conflict. For additional information on arbitration visit the Federal Trade Commission, Facts for Consumers web site.
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