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Review of British procedures for processing grievances and disputes, with particular emphasis on procedures in manufacturing. Major distinctions from American procedures include lack of arbitral or court interpretation of language;…

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In the United Kingdom, the majority of employment disputes are resolved by Employment Tribunals, rather than civil courts. A statutory body – the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (or “ACAS”)…

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The author discusses the obvious and significant differences between a court judge and an arbitrator, as evident in practice in the United Kingdom. The major differences are the written basis…

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A comparison of the dispute settlement procedures in effect prior to enactment of the Industrial Relations Act in 1971, with the procedures followed after that Act’s enactment, and a discussion…

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A description of the changes from reliance on third-party intervention to “unfettered” collective-bargaining in the United Kingdom….

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Report of the committee on overseas correspondents

Reports on 1973 changes in labor relations law in Australia and the United Kingdom

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Report of the committee on overseas correspondents

Reports on 1973 changes in labor relations law in Australia and the United Kingdom

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