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What is ADR? ADR is used to resolve employment disputes in ever increasing numbers today. What are some of the advantages and disadvantages for both employees and employers in resolving disputes through the use of ADR?

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Alternative dispute resolution has greatly expanded over the last several years to include many areas in addition to the traditional commercial dispute. Alternative Dispute Resolution ("ADR") refers to any means of settling disputes outside of the courtroom.

ADR typically includes arbitration, mediation, early neutral evaluation, cooperative problem solving and conciliation. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR), that is, extrajudicial processes such as arbitration and mediation used to resolve conflict and potential conflict between and among ...

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This discusses the advantages and disadvantages for both employees and employers in resolving disputes throught the use of ADR (Alternative dispute resolution )

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