ADR in the Workplace

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West Group, 2000 - Law - 776 pages
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For more than fifty years, arbitration has resolved disputes for workers represented by unions. Today, arbitration, mediation & other forms of alternative dispute resolution are largely replacing litigation as the means of resolving all kinds of employment disputes in a variety of workplaces. The process of dispute resolution fundamentally alters the role of the advocate & even the definition of the employee's legal rights. This textbook is the successor to Cooper & Nolan's Labor Arbitration: A Coursebook. The new book updates its predecessor's comprehensive coverage of labor arbitration & adds new material on alternative dispute resolution of statutory & common law employment rights of nonunion employees. Mediation & arbitration simulations are included in the Teacher's Manual to help supplement the textbook.

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Table of Cases
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History and Background
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B Discipline and DischargeContinued
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