Mgt 3344 chapter 11

Mgt 3344 chapter 11 - Chapter 11- Labor and Employment...

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Chapter 11- Labor and Employment Arbitration National War Board (NWLB)- 4 management reps, 4 union reps, 4 public reps, encourage collective bargaining and resolve disputes Steelworkers Trilogy - Supreme Court strengthened the arbitrator’s role with 3 decisions -arbitrator determines the merits -arbitrators have more expertise with common law of shop -arbitrators have no obligation to the court to give reason for award Permanent Arbitrator- 5%, to resolve all disputes during the life of the labor agreement, large companies use, better allocate and schedule time Ad Hoc Arbitrator - 74%, ad hoc or “case by case” basis, choose an arbitrator for a specific grievance Arbitration Hearing - on a date convenient to the arbitrator and parties, varies in length average 1day Common Law of the Shop -arbitrators are selected by the parties to the dispute, and they are responsible for interpreting contract provisions Intent of the Parties - what union and management officials had in mind when they negotiate and engage
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course MGT 3344 taught by Professor Murrmann during the Spring '11 term at Virginia Tech.

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Mgt 3344 chapter 11 - Chapter 11- Labor and Employment...

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