Stern, James L.
September 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Sep74, Vol. 97 Issue 9, p39
Academic Journal
Reports on the state of Wisconsin's amendment of its public sector labor relations statute to provide for the resolution of interest disputes between local governments and policemen, firefighters and county law enforcement officers by final-offer arbitration. Provision for either party to petition the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission to order arbitration; Option for the use of conventional arbitration; Restriction on the eligibility for the use of arbitration.


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