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Discussion of the paper presented (1968, p. 94) on arbitrators’ efforts to maintain acceptability; suggests research and objective measures of the problem, if there is one. Suggests users must play…

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A report on arbitrator development, internship programs and arbitrator training programs across the country.

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The presidential address

After introductory remarks on economic progress in Puerto Rico, the contribution of arbitration to industrial democracy, and the history of arbitration in the US and world-wide: a discussion of criticisms…

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The articles sets forth the substance of a proposed national training program for labor arbitrators, and describes other training programs extant in 1978.

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Synopsis: Grievance arbitration is a system in which the parties retain the ultimate authority to select a judge whose authority is limited to the dispute at hand. An arbitrator who…

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Discussion from management’s standpoint of the impact of arbitrators’ concerns over maintaining acceptability….

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The arguments for and against professionalizing or licensing arbitrators, or requiring them to hold law degrees from accredited institutions are presented. The author, who does not use statistical data, reasons…

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