NLRB judge rules against Jack in the Box

NLRB judge rules against Jack in the Box

Ruling says arbitration agreements violate worker rights

A National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge has ruled that Jack in the Box Inc.’s arbitration agreement, which is required as an employment condition, violates workers’ rights to pursue class action law suits.

Judge Mary Miller Cracraft, in a Tuesday decision from the NRLB’s San Francisco division, recommended the arbitration agreement be revised or removed, saying it violated their rights under sections of the National Labor Relations Act.

Brian Luscomb,

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