Business & Economics

Labor Arbitration

Author: Charles J. Coleman

Publisher: Cornell University Press


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 271

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Prepared under the direction of the Committee on Research of the National Academy of Arbitrators, focuses on English-language works from the US and Canada. Following a substantial chapter summarizing the principal court cases in the US, organization is in two sections: books and monographs, and articles and proceedings. The subjects of grievance mediation and fact-finding are included in the bibliography due to their close relationship to mediation. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Political Science

Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining

Author: Michael R. Carrell

Publisher: Prentice Hall


Category: Political Science

Page: 649

View: 304

This text examines key terms, practices, and laws of labor relations and collective bargaining, using actual labor agreements, arbitration cases, and decisions of the National Labor Relations Board to illustrate contemporary issues. Coverage of public sector relations and international collective ba

Fairweather's Practice and Procedure in Labor Arbitration

Author: Owen Fairweather

Publisher: Bna Books


Category: Law

Page: 833

View: 770

For more than two decades, this volume has assisted parties, representatives, & decision makers by revealing the methods arbitrators use to solve the practical & procedural problems they encounter. Packed with information, the Fourth Edition guides you by documenting & analyzing arbitrators' pertinent rulings--& by discussing the courts' actions in judicial review. You get complete coverage of key topics including: * submission of a case to arbitration * suits to compel or to stay arbitration * selection of the arbitrator * challenges to arbitrability * the hearing, evidence, rules of evidence, witnesses, contract interpretation, & burden of proof * remedies awarded by arbitrators * due process considerations, fair representation obligations, standard of review, & vacation * arbitration & the enforcement of statutory rights * arbitration in the non-collective bargaining setting.
Business & Economics

Labor Law

Author: David E. Strecker

Publisher: CRC Press


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 197

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Whether you are a supervisor, a business owner, or an HR professional, it is essential that you understand the laws and rules governing how one treats employees and interacts with unions. In a comprehensive and accessible format, Labor Law: A Basic Guide to the National Labor Relations Act provides a practice-oriented foundation on labor law. The book sheds light on one of America's most important laws and one which is also, perhaps, the most misunderstood. This book presents an overview of labor and employment laws such that managers may understand their rights as employers as well and their employees' rights. It covers an introduction to the topic of labor and employment law as well as a brief history within the United States. Other chapters deal with unions and union relations, collective bargaining agreements, grievances, labor arbitration, unfair labor practice proceedings, and strikes and lockouts. The author does not focus on complex regulations and convoluted case law, but distills them to reveal the essence of the NLRA and how it works. As important as it is, at times labor law can seem counter-intuitive. Written by a highly experienced labor lawyer, this book contains concise explanations in an easy-to-use format. Clearly delineating a process that can be fraught with traps for the unwary, it supplies a quick reference that can be used in a crisis situation to understand the parameters of what you can and cannot do.
Political Science

Collective Bargaining and Labor Relations

Author: E. Edward Herman

Publisher: Pearson College Division


Category: Political Science

Page: 542

View: 264

This book develops a deep understanding of the theory and practice of collective bargaining and labor relations, providing students with the conceptual framework for grasping changes taking place in the field of labor relations and collective bargaining. The Fourth Edition has been significantly updated and revised—containing a number of totally new chapters and sections on the most relevant topics in the field today—yet it retains the rich institutional detail that puts current developments into perspective.

Labor and the Constitution

Author: David L. Gregory

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Reference

Page: 385

View: 525

First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.