Why arbitrators reinstate discharged employees

Stone, Morris
October 1969
Monthly Labor Review;Oct69, Vol. 92 Issue 10, p47
Academic Journal
Discusses the results of an American Arbitration Association study which examined employee discharge and discipline cases in which the company's decision was reversed or softened. Mitigating circumstances; Inconsistent enforcement of rules; Due process and industrial justice.


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