The document states, "the Employer and the employee mutually consent to the resolution by arbitration of all claims or controversies whether or not arising out of employment or termination that the Company may have against the employee or that the employee against the Employer. The claims cover, but are not limited to, wages, breach of contract, claims of (any and all types are listed) discrimination or harassment, claims for benefits, and claims for violation of any law, statute, regulation or ordinance. (Only exclusions are claims for workers comp or unemployment benefits)." Is this a red flag about possible past cases of discrimination/harassment or is the company just trying to limit its liability? And what typically constitutes grounds for an employer to sue an employee?
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