Arbitration in Discharges for Marginal Reasons

Fisher, Robert W.
October 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Oct68, Vol. 91 Issue 10, p1
Academic Journal
Case Study
Presents case studies which deal with arbitration awards in dismissal cases. Basis of the dismissal in the cases discussed; Arbitrators' definition of the fundamental nature of marginal discharge; Issue of relationships between employees; Incidence of garrulity among employees; Rules regarding employee neatness.


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