- published: 26 Aug 2007
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This film shows a dramatized arbitration case involving the discharge of a union shop steward for insubordination. This is Part One of Three parts.
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.
Arbitrations were instituted to offer a greater assurance to unions that they would get a “fair” hearing, that the organization would not be the sole decision maker in a dispute. The issue arises, though, as to the true impact of an arbitrator, especially when the following are considerd: • Present of arbitration tends to force both sides to “settle” rather than resolve differences. • Arbitrators are chosen based on their previous decisions (in favor of either management or unions). • Arbitrators have no history of the organization or its union. • Arbitrators do not have to live with the decision’s consequences, either for the organization or the impact on management/union relations (Recorded with http://screencast-o-matic.com)
This is Part Three of Three. See Part One for description.
An arbitration decision is rendered after an arbitrator, an impartial third party, holds a formal hearing to learn the facts of a case from both the employer and union. A decision, or opinion and award, is then issued after the arbitrator examines the case and reflects on the hearing. I've been a member of this union since you were in grade school, he told the steward, an arbitration decision is rendered after arbitrator, impartial third party, holds formal hearing to learn facts case from both employer and. Union management arbitration is often the end of grievance must then be referred to an arbitrator or board procedures may vary between unions, depending on their contracts. The grievance and arbitration process legal lineprepare for a with union tools collective agreement bureau what i...
If you are a union representative, winning a contract interpretation grievance at labor arbitration requires knowing the right questions to ask. Attorney Nathan Eisenberg represents unions in labor and arbitration proceedings. In this video, he discusses three key questions for winning your case at arbitration.
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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...
How to prepare: for the investigation, grievance process, and arbitration. See http://www.gvsu.edu/arbitrations/