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Postal Industry Collective Bargaining and Arbitration

The Postal Industry’s declining financial condition as affected the collective bargaining andarbitration processes, such as the consolidation and centralization of some labor relations functions, including the scheduling of arbitration hearings. Two papers describe those phenomena. Helburn on process shortcomings; Morris on remedies

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Reducing the costs of disputing

Introductory remarks to papers on the mediation of discrimination complaints in the Postal Service, and methods for reducing the costs of disputing.

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What arbitrators need from the parties

Discussions of advocates’ competence and recommendations regarding rules of evidence, framing the issues, opening and closing statements, stipulations of fact, and admissibility of offers of compromise or settlement.

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A review of research on the relationship – between seniority and job performance – after reinstatement in discharge cases. The arbitral rationale for treating seniority as a mitigating factor in discharge cases is examined.

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Considerations in contemplating the use of computers and word processing.

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