Thursday, 13 February, 2020
Washington Post Article on Wage Theft
“Rather than going to court, employees would have to resolve their disputes through mediation [for cases of wage theft] [as a required condition of employment]. But third-party mediators rely on repeat business from the companies they serve, creating a critical conflict of interest: If mediators want to maintain their business relationship with a given company, it’s in their interest to rule in that company’s favor.”
This conflict of interest led to an estimated $12.6 billion in wage theft from low-paid workers in 2019.
The attorneys at MSE have decades of experience fighting employers in arbitration as well as in court to recover these stolen wages of unpaid work time for hardworking employees.
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