Kruzich filed a complaint for unlawful dismissal and retaliation, learning that he was bound by the company`s arbitration policy. Kruzich v. Chevron Corp., 2011 WL 6012959 (N.D. Cal. December 1, 2011) Drake Alabanza worked as a cook at a KFC in Hawaii and, after his resignation in February 1993, he filed both a public authority complaint and a complaint of racial discrimination and harassment. KFC then filed an application to impose arbitration proceedings under a clause in the Alabanza application for employment. (Brown v. KFC Nat`l Mgmt. Co., 921 p.2d 146 (Haw. 1996)). A number of legal orders have decided that the general terms of the constitution are such as to include an arbitration agreement even in the absence of a specific reference to it. For example, the English High Court of Habas sinai Ve Tibbi Gazlar Isthisal Endustri AS v. Sometal CSA felt that general language was sufficient in a context where some of the fourteen previous contracts between the parties contained a clear arbitration agreement, while the others had used only language stating that “all others would be identical to our previous contracts”.
Robert Duffy worked at Facebook`s data center in North Carolina. Mr. Duffy eventually learned that he and the only other African-American employee were paid less than similar white employees. He raised the issue several times with local supervisors and national headquarters. Having obtained no results, Mr. Duffy contacted the EEOC and filed a complaint of racial discrimination. This case is not yet closed, but Facebook has in announced its intention to make a request for arbitration. Duffy vs.
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