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NCJ Number: 99601 Find in a Library
Title: Who's in Charge
Corporate Author: CREST (Conflict Resolution Educational Service Training)
United States of America
Project Director: E Lawson
Date Published: 1985
Sponsoring Agency: CREST (Conflict Resolution Educational Service Training)
Buffalo, NY 14209
Sale Source: CREST (Conflict Resolution Educational Service Training)
418 Linwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14209
United States of America
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This packet, containing a video cassette, instructional materials, and user's guide, is designed as a training device in labor arbitration.
Abstract: A fictional dispute between a company and its labor union illustrates the arbitration process. Mistakes made in the case presentation are included to demonstrate the effects of such errors on the arbitration process. Viewers will see the case through the arbitratior's eyes, thus gaining an appreciation of the importance of effective presentation. The principles and procedures of the illustrated case are applicable to all labor arbitrations. Handout materials include an outline of grievance arbitration steps, a statement of the arbitral issue to which both parties agree, exhibits to be presented to the arbitrator, a video tape outline, questions arising at certain points during the presentation, and a discussion of past practices.
Index Term(s): Arbitration; Collective bargaining; Labor relations; Videotapes
Note: Videocassette, Instructional material and user's guide, 53:07 minutes in length, color, 3/4 inch 1/2 inch-Beta format.
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