Embedded into this highly informative article about workplaces that require employees to sign arbitration agreements is a quick search tool of their database of companies that require such agreements.
Scroll down to:
“Does your company require employees to sign arbitration agreements?”
And enter a company. For example an entry of “American Apparel” provides the following results:
Your company, American Apparel, Inc., has required some (if not all) employees to sign arbitration agreements from 2013 to 2017, which means they can only get justice for grievances like workplace sexual harassment by going through an arbitration process — mediated by people the company pays for.
American Apparel, Inc. went through arbitration with a worker at least 5 times from 2013 to 2017. The worker was awarded monetary damages in 1 case. The company and the worker reached a settlement in 3 cases.
This isn’t perfect but should be a quick and useful tool to help educate workers.