As a small business owner, you know that everything needs to click for your business to succeed. Employees have to pull their weight. Orders have to ship out on time. Debt needs to be managed properly. Jobs have to be completed on schedule.
Attach the term "brain-eating" to anything and you will likely draw attention. Most of the time, the fear evoked is rooted in horror tales that are more imaginary than real, but as one recent story of the death of a New Jersey man confirms, this is not always the case.
There are several types of employment contracts that help protect businesses from liability under certain circumstances. One type of employment contract is an arbitration agreement.