Management Rights and Labor Arbitration: A Symposium

January 1963
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan63, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p183
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The article presents information on a symposium on management rights and labor arbitration. The symposium began in an off-campus conference sponsored by the Extension Division of the School of Industrial and Labor Relations. Several papers were presented in the symposium including the papers by Neil W. Chamberlain, Ralph T. Seward and Stanley Young.


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