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Title: Digest of Labor Arbitration Awards in the Federal Service Supplement N 10, July 1981
Corporate Author: US Office of Personnel Management
Office of Labor-Management Relations
United States of America
Date Published: 1981
Page Count: 141
Sponsoring Agency: National Technical Information Service
Springfield, VA 22151
US Office of Personnel Management
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Sale Source: National Technical Information Service
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Document: PDF
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This tenth of periodic supplements to the March 1978 'Digest of Labor Arbitration Awards in the Federal Service' provides subject head notes, statements of issue, and summaries of the award and its basis for arbitration cases as of July 1981; each summary also indicates the parties, the arbitrator, and the date of the award.
Abstract: The head notes of the case summaries state the primary topic of the arbitration as well as the subtopics, and the statement of issue is presented in the form of the principal question to be answered in the arbitration decision. The case summary begins with the arbitrator's answer to the question at issue (yes or no). The essential reasoning of the arbitrator's decision is then summarized. It is advised that the digest is designed to summarize the essential facts of the arbitration and is not a substitute, in all circumstances, for review of the full text. A table shows exceptions to arbitration awards.
Index Term(s): Arbitration; Labor relations; Summaries
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