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Arbitration: toward a rebirth

The author discusses two recent Fifth Circuit Title VII cases that epitomize areas governed by statutory principles which might better be controlled by collective bargaining. In each case, an agreement…

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The author, a former Labor Department and current industry official, surveys an American society in which the interest and aims of special groups have come to predominate over the nation’s…

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Although the authors believe that arbitration is an efficient means for eliminating discriminatory practices when the claim is individual and doesn’t require modifying the collective bargaining agreement, they conclude that…

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Citing various court cases to support her thesis, the author proposes that arbitrators must “clearly set forth in the decisions what was done and not done, considered and not considered.”…

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An examination of the various circumstances in which the provisions of Title VII overlap or conflict with provisions of a collective bargaining agreement. By citing various cases, the author emphasizes…

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The “black revolution” places new pressures on collective bargaining, trade unionism, and industrial relations, and will affect the established norms of contract administration. The author predicts problems in the negotiation…

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The author maintains that it is essential for the private sector to hire the disadvantaged or hard core unemployed worker; that changes can be made at the plant level to…

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