Dispute_ResolutionILRCB205

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Dispute Resolution
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Techniques of Dispute Resolution Negotiation (with or without strikes) Mediation Fact-Finding Arbitration Other Techniques???
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Disputes: Collective bargaining in the U.S. has two distinct phases: The negotiation of the contract The administration of the contract
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Two Fundamental Types of Disputes Interest disputes : Negotiating or re-negotiating a contract Normally this is what is meant by interest disputes Organizing and recognition Secondary and consumer boycotts Political action Rights Disputes : Administration and interpretation of the contract Normally this is what is meant by rights disputes Breach of contract Statutory claims
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Interests vs. Rights The processes used to resolve disputes in one phase are different from the processes used in the other phase. Interest disputes: resolved by means of negotiations and mediation as well as by strikes, lockouts and other forms of coercive behavior. In certain circumstances, fact-finding and arbitration are used.
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