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On November 13, 2015, Ann Hodges from University of Richmond School of Law gave the presentation "Union Representation in Employment Arbitration." Hodges lecture was part of the Quinnipiac-Yale Dispute Resolution Workshop hosted by Quinnipiac University's School of Law.
This film shows a dramatized arbitration case involving the discharge of a union shop steward for insubordination. This is Part One of Three parts.
Learn more or Register for this program at http://www.cpmsnational.com Grievances that lead to arbitration are not only financially draining, but the results of the arbitration can have a significant impact on the morale and operations of the organization. In some situations, the win or loss of an arbitration can completely change the culture and the perceived rights of Management or Union. Therefore, it is in the best interest of both parties to resolve disputes as quickly as possible. However, in some circumstances if you must defend a business decision, and take a grievance to arbitration then you must be prepared to win. This three day comprehensive program will highlight the considerations that you first need to make before you take a grievance to arbitration. Have you exhausted al...
What is International Commercial arbitration? This Animation law lecture examines in a nutshell the basic Advantages and disadvantages of Arbitration as an Alternative Dispute Resolution ( ADR ) to local court litigation , alongside mediation and reconciliation .
See also Tips on How to Prepare to be a Witness: http://www.nelligan.ca/files/tipsforwitnesses.pdf which is referred to in Part II Steve Waller, lawyer in the Labour and Employment Law groups at Nelligan O'Brien Payne, answers one of the most commonly asked questions from new union representatives: What Should I Expect at an arbitration? To contact Steve Waller, call 613-231-8248, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit his profile at: http://www.nelligan.ca/e/stevewaller.cfm **This video is not intended to provide legal advice or opinion as neither can be given without reference to specific events and situations.
Legal, regulatory, and ethical issues related to employer-employee relationship, including employment-at-will doctrine, discrimination and union contracts. Learn more about Missouri State iCourses at http://outreach.missouristate.edu/icourses.htm
Thanks for your wise thoughts thus far. An aspect that is used much less frequently to resolve conflict between management and a union is arbitration. Arbitration differs from grievances in that the resolution is often imposed by a third-party individual, and it also greatly complicated the relationship between unions and managements. The principles aspects of arbitration that should be addressed include: the main reason for arbitration, binding or non-binding provisions, the impact of the decision, and the future of the relationship. (Recorded with http://screencast-o-matic.com)
http://www.InjuryClaimCoach.com Arbitration is less formal than court, but the process is similar. In arbitration, you'll have more time to present your case and be able to take breaks. Learn the process of arbitration and get some tips to make the process go smoothly.
Talks between Qantas and three of its unions broke down yesterday and Fair Work Australia will now settle their differences through arbitration. Qantas boss Alan Joyce says a 21-day extension, sought by the unions but rejected by the airline, would not have made any difference.
Mock arbitration hearing conducted at the 14th Annual TERRA Conference Hearing Arbitrator: Phil LaPorte, Georgia State University Labor Representative: Jed Marcus. Bressler, Amery & Ross Management Representative: Joan Hill, United Steelworkers Company Management Representative: William Canak, Middle TN State University Union Employee Representative: Bob Cooper. Communication Workers of America www.tnterra.org