As advocates for workers, we frequently encounter employees who have signed arbitration agreements. These agreements take away employees’ access to the courts to redress discrimination, wage theft, and other workplace grievances. Employees subject to arbitration agreements must file their claims with an arbitration company. To resolve their claims, these employees must participate in a non-public hearing, without a jury. A recent documentary by public Justice, Lost in the Fine Print, highlights the unfairness of forced arbitration. Many organizations that advocate for consumers, investors, and employees support the Arbitration Fairness Act. Check out the Fair Arbitration Now Coalition’s website to learn more about forced arbitration and how to help eliminate it.