Lev, Edward R.
October 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Oct74, Vol. 97 Issue 10, p55
Academic Journal
Comments on R.F. Lythgoe's research article on the use of transcripts in labor arbitrations. Difference between disciplinary grievances and labor negotiations requiring an agreement on work practices, management rights, seniority and overtime; Intrusion of lawyers into the arbitration process; Policy implications on industrial relations.


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