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Comparison of American and Canadian grievance resolution systems. Major differences include less centralized authority in Canada (other than in interprovincial and international business); greater legal restrictions on strikes and lockouts…

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The author reviews the background and status of collective bargaining for Canadian “public-service” employees — government employees or those in the private sector providing essential services to the public. The…

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Significant developments for 1980 – including statutory, judicial, and related activity – in public employment disputes settlement at federal, state, and local levels in the United States and in Canada….

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A survey of the evolution of the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Canada in matters of grievance arbitration. From 1975 to 1986 the Court of Canada establisheda policy supportive…

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An outline of fact-finding procedures for federal public service employees in Canada. The broad sentiment is that fact-finding tribunals should be eliminated in favor of mediation, a sentiment the author…

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An examination of free speech workplace issues in the public and private sectors in Canada.

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Interest arbitration in Canada is sufficiently similar to that in the U.S. so as not to warrant lengthy description. The author instead describes and comments on mediation combined with arbitration,…

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The article notes the differences between arbitration in the United States and Canada, arising from differences of culture and of the respective arbitration systems. The author concludes that arbitration, which…

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Foreign Experience in Public Employee Disputes

Noting the growth of collective bargaining in the public employment sector in the United States, four Academy members report on the public employee dispute settlement processes in Sweden, Belgium, France,…

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The Academy’s Committee on Public Employment Disputes Settlement reports statutory developments in various states; developments in federal sector collective bargaining and arbitration; public-service bargaining in Canada; and significant judicial decisions….

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