An employer’s updated arbitration agreement in an employee handbook, issued after plaintiffs’ claims accrued and their original class action complaint was filed, does not bind the employees in their wage and hours lawsuit. Avery v. Integrated Healthcare Holdings, Inc., 159 Cal. Reptr. 3d 444 (Cal. Ct. App. 2013) (No. G046202). Instead, the employer was limited to the arbitration policy contained in the employee handbook issued by the prior owner of the company, which predated the accrual of plaintiffs’ claims and the filing of the lawsuit.