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Workplace privacy

Hypothetical examples are discussed. (1) A waitress is discharged for rudeness but, in the arbitration, the employer does not present the customer complainants, who want to remain anonymous. (2) A trucking company covertly tapes employees in restrooms, and it is challenged as an invasion of privacy. The company responds that the CBA contains extensive provisions …

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The changing competitive environment and arbitration

An examination of the changes in labor arbitration resulting from competition and technology. Management and Union perspectives are furnished, both advocating mediation. The management representative advocates that NAA members engage in employment arbitration; the union representative views arbitration in a non-union setting as a “sham.”

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