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A discussion by publisher representatives and Academy members of the publication of arbitration awards. Representatives of the FMCS, AAA, BNA, and Prentice-Hall participate. (Commerce Clearing House declined.) With a few…

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Remedies, troubled employees, and the arbitrator’s role

The challenges confronting arbitrators in cases involving troubled employees, such as employees with chronic alcohol and drug issues. Remedies based on a traditional corrective discipline, a modified corrective discipline model,…

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Evaluation of arbitrators: An arbitrator’s point of view

Arbitrator Alexander gives his perceptions on the evaluation of arbitrators by employers and unions. The lack of a generally accepted statement of what is desirable is posited to be an…

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A discussion of current administrative agency prepublication procedures. The interest of the parties in maintaining privacy, and the consequences of the manner in which the arbitrator requests permission to publish…

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How representative are published decisions? Part 2.

A comparison of 1213 published and unpublished arbitration decisions involving discharge. Variables analyzed include appointment source, private or public sector, occupation, length of service, and sex of the grievant, post…

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The article addresses whether monetary awards should be reduced by unemployment compensation received, or be increased for interest, attorneys’ fees and other payments expended. The awarding of money in non-disciplinary…

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A discussion of the dilemma between requesting – prehearing and post hearing – permission to publish decisions….

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An introduction to the debate over an arbitrator’s role in the publication of decisions, in practice and under the code of professional responsibility….

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Introduction

An introduction to two articles about remedies in arbitration awards. Arbitrator Fleischli observes that the parties often fail to sufficiently address the subject of remedy….

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