Arbitration is a way of settling a dispute without going to Court. Often times, two parties meet and settle a dispute with the help of an arbitrator. Arbitration can be less formal and more flexible than a Court proceeding. Also, arbitrations are scheduled much quicker than court proceedings and may cost less than a formal legal court proceeding.
Voting may be a necessary step when arbitration is being considered. Especially with union matters, members can vote a yes or no for arbitration to occur. Each side will have the information presented and available so as to determine if it is valid for the arbitration to take place.
Voters need to review all the facts needed to make an informed decision. Informed voting can be a challenging. Arbitration is often the final straw for a decision to be rendered that favors one side over the other. Voting on a possible arbitration needs to be approached wisely.
Online voting can provide the unbiased and neutral platform where members can vote yes or no for arbitration. The facts and figures pertaining to the issue may be stored in one convenient location, easily linked to a ballot and accessible by one click. Voters can readily review supplemental information then cast their vote.
To learn more on how online voting can assist in arbitration, contact Honest Ballot today. We can help create an online ballot for the voting that is secure and convenient.