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Globalization and its effect on collective bargaining and labor arbitration

A discussion about the effects of globalization on labor organizations and the workforce. Arnold Zack presents a paper addressing the role of labor relations in the developing world, the role…

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The author charges that Canadian public sector unions have rarely considered the public interest at their demands at the negotiating table and that, during the 1970s, an almost unlimited right…

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The AFL-CIO representative opines that the law of arbitration must keep pace with the transformation of the workplace and evolving needs of workers, and that the arbitration process must be…

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Employment law in Canada (both judicial and arbitral) imposes standards of loyalty that are stricter than those in the United States. This article describes those duties of good faith and…

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Observations on the Canadian experience and its focus on respecting the parties expectations and interest in stability and predictability, viewed as distinctive from the United States experience. Clarity and simplicity…

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