Outer limits of interest arbitration: Australian, Canadian and United States2. The Canadian experience
Interest arbitration in Canada is sufficiently similar to that in the U.S. so as not to warrant lengthy description. The author instead describes and comments on mediation combined with arbitration, as practiced in some major labor-management relationships in Canada. Her observations include the qualities that a mediator-arbitrator should possess.
New dimensions in public-sector grievance arbitration:1. Management rights and the professional employee
Professor Bairstow asks “Can management seek out highly qualified professionals willing to involve themselves in the maintenance of high standards, encourage them to solve problems on their own, and then turn around in a distinct role change and hand down dicta from on high?” Increasingly, arbitrators will be called upon to decide upon grievances that …