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Problems of proof in the arbitration process: Report of the Pittsburgh Tripartite Committee

A discussion of hearing procedures and rules of evidence. [See also the transcript of the open discussion, 1966 page 263.]

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The author examines the increasingly adversarial and legalistic nature of arbitration and how it undermines the objective of providing a quick, efficient and cost-effective means of dispute resolution. He then…

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The author identifies ten precepts that although are now uniformly accepted in private grievance arbitration, were once vigorously disputed. Among them is the notion that an employee should obey now…

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Distressed grievance procedures and their rehabilitation

A discussion of the basis causes of congested grievance and arbitration dockets: how widespread or relatively infrequent is the congestion; the circumstances under which overloading develops; the measures adopted to…

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Reducing the costs of disputing : Panel discussion remarks

A discussion of the measures adopted by the U.S. and Canadian postal services to increase the effectiveness and reduce the incidence and costs of grievance disputes and arbitration.

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Attorney Bonsall describes the features of the grievance procedures adopted by the Teamsters California State Unions and California Processors, Inc., that have improved the speed, efficiency, effectiveness and cost of…

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