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The Committee states an urgent need for training of arbitrators in the unfamiliar aspects of public sector grievance and interest arbitration. The public sector might provide an area of training…

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The growing reliance on some form of third-party intervention – mediation, fact-finding or arbitration – as an alternative to the strike weapon in public employment disputes and to resolve community…

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The Committee focuses on the shortage of qualified, experienced and acceptable new arbitrators, and remedial proposals.

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Forecasting the state of labor arbitration in 1980, Morris predicts significant growth of arbitration in the public sector, movement away from expedited arbitration, and disaffection within a younger work force…

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We all prefer people most like ourselves. A labor arbitrator, acting alone, should be cognizant of potential biases arising from his/her background, life experiences and gender. The author posits that,…

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Certification and training of labor arbitrators: Should arbitrators be certified? Dead horse rides again

The author concludes that certification for labor arbitrators would not be in the public interest, and that the “need has not been established.” Instead, the value of training programs, internships,…

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A resolution offered to the Board of Governors to create a Standing Committee, to be called the Committee on the Development of Arbitrators, the functions of which include (1) cooperation…

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The author poses questions about the direction of the Academy’s future, with special consideration to the process of securing a pool of candidates, training and developing the candidates, and selecting…

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A report, from the Committee On The Training Of New Arbitrators, of the Academy’s efforts to identify, encourage and train new arbitrators….

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