Lowe's Case Summary

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As a non-unionized employer, Lowe’s offers employees no alternative dispute resolution avenues. That means the organization does not offer voluntary or mandatory arbitration to employees. Lowe’s could benefit from the adoption of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) programs, since it promises a quicker, less costly, and a more private avenue for employment dispute resolutions than through litigation in public courts. Selecting an ADR program requires a company to choose between mediation and arbitration. Mediation employs the assistance of a mediator who assists the differing parties in resolving the issues themselves. Arbitration utilizes the services of a neutral third-party who hears and decides the case on behalf of the differing

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