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Reducing employee turnover: 4 strategies that work

By the time your top talent is in an exit interview, it's too late to determine what could have been done differently. But, how you react to the situation can make all the difference. A new survey discovered that 40 percent of human resource professionals cite employee...

source: By Bianca Gibson
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It is generally accepted that an international arbitration award is final and binding. Unlike a court judgment that can be appealed for factual and legal review, an arbitration award typically can only be challenged based on procedural irregularities, lack of jurisdiction,...

source: Corporate Counsel

It has long been the accepted norm in international arbitration that an arbitral tribunal has the jurisdiction to order interim measures relating to the subject matter of the dispute. It also has been long accepted that a party's request for interim measures addressed to...

source: Corporate Counsel

America's litigation system costs families thousands per year on average, and if the personal injury lawyers get their way it could end up costing even more. According to the U.S. Chamber's Institute for Legal Reform, 7 in 10 small business owners say that a lawsuit would...

source: West Virginia Record

President Barack Obama recently created a Presidential Emergency Board to help resolve an ongoing labor dispute between New Jersey Transit and the NJT Rail Labor Coalition. The board will make recommendations for a settlement within...

source: Progressive Railroading

The English court has recently clarified the principles of the duty to mitigate loss. The decision in Thai Airways International plc v. KI Holdings Co. Ltd. [2015] EWHC 1250 (Comm) highlights why an innocent party should carefully consider their options when faced with another...

source: Reed Smith

The American Arbitration Association has revised its Construction Industry Arbitration Rules and Mediation Procedures (Rules), effective July 1. Although some changes are relatively modest, others expand the powers of the arbitrator...

source: JD Supra Business Advisor


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