Some attempts to reduce arbitration costs and delays

Usery Jr., W.J.
November 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Nov72, Vol. 95 Issue 11, p3
Academic Journal
Reports on the initiatives undertaken by the U.S. Department of Labor to help reduce labor arbitration costs and delays. Average cost and length of the labor arbitration process; Trends in public sector employee-management relations which provide an opportunity for experimentation with improving arbitration and fact-finding; Approaches to resolving grievance issues before they reach the arbitration stage.


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