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A discussion, reprinted from the Industrial and Labor Relations Review 24 (April, 1971), of sex discrimination in the workplace, the impact of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of…

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The author compares arbitral and judicial competence to hear and decide discrimination complaints and concludes that the traditional arbitration model provides as good or better forum for resolving gender discrimination…

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The author argues that, in the face of Gardner-Denver, arbitration remains the most effective means of resolving claims of discrimination. This assumes that parties are willing to incorporate the resolution…

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While adhering to the terms of the CBA between Ford Motor Company and the UAW during wartime, Arbitrator Harry Shulman nonetheless interpreted those terms broadly, so as to produce results…

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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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Although the author could find no arbitration decisions dealing with trans-gender discrimination, Federal Courts have afforded Title VII protection against such discrimination.

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An overview of the advantages and disadvantages, and liability risks associated with 1) adopting policies that limit inter-employee relations and 2) with not adopting such policies.

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