A Handbook for Grievance Arbitration: Procedural and Ethical Issues
This text aims to prepare arbitrators and representatives of unions for arbitration hearings. Arranged chronologically, the guide begins advice on avoiding arbitration, progresses to arrangements for the hearing, covers the hearing itself, and concludes with the decision. All aspects of procedural matters, evidentiary problems and professional responsibility are explained, and case studies raise issues and offer solutions that are based on actual arbitration hearings.
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Preparing for or Avoiding Arbitration
Arranging for the Hearing
Problems at the Start of the Hearing
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