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Making Arbitration work: A colloquium

George W. Taylor examines the dynamic forces affecting the purposes served by arbitration.Irving Bluestone notes that expense or arbitration can be problematic, especially for small units. He also explores the…

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Neutral consultants in collective bargaining

The author perceives a public demand for a change in the way labor relations are conducted, and outlines a new role for neutrals designed to address that demand – that…

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A discussion of the history of public interest in labor-management relations in the private sector and the accompanying governmental policy. Includes a discussion of the need for greater co-operation among…

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An examination of the nature, characteristics, & functions of grievance arbitration. The “mediation approach” (which is preferred) is contrasted with the “judicial approach” (although specific parties may prefer either model…

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Seniority concepts

Conceives of seniority as one method, among others, of apportioning the costs of layoff and of providing job security, by allocating relatively unskilled jobs among employees with relatively equal ability…

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Testimonial to William H. Davis

Humor and stories in honor of the Chairman of the War Labor Board’s 80th birthday….

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