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Some arbitrators equate their remedy power with that of a court dealing with a suit for breach of contract, and award actual damages, restitution, and equitable remedies, unless proscribed by…

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An examination of the effects of free market competition on the workplace. The author concludes that the trend for increased managerial flexibility and “competitive austerity” has reduced employment security, increased…

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Revisiting an old battle ground: The subcontracting dispute

A discussion of arbitration decisions concerning limitations on subcontracting. Topics discussed include arbitrability decisions by courts, the duty to bargain over subcontracting, NLRB deferral in subcontracting cases, and the development…

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Anthony V. Sinicropi describes the rise and decline of organized labor in the United States, the forces at work regarding each, and the rise of individual rights under federal legislation….

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Remedies, troubled employees, and the arbitrator’s role

The challenges confronting arbitrators in cases involving troubled employees, such as employees with chronic alcohol and drug issues. Remedies based on a traditional corrective discipline, a modified corrective discipline model,…

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Reminiscences, Introduction

NAA President Anthony V. Sinicropi introduces and then interviews NAA President Thomas T. Roberts.

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