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Impasse and Grievance Resolution





ISBN 9780895030016
Published June 15, 1977 by Routledge
160 Pages

 
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Praised by reviewers as a superior book in the field of public sector bargaining, "Impasse and Grievance Resolution" is the classic "how to" text for the resolution of new contract disputes and ongoing contract grievances. Comprehensive, up-to-date, full of good practical advice. "Impasse and Grievance Resolution" is the ideal addition to your own professional library.

Table of Contents

Preface
 Acknowledgments

 PART I RESOLVING BARGAINING IMPASSES
 Public Sector Mediation: Some Observations on Technique Jonathan S. Liebowitz 
 Implications for Fact Finding: The New Jersey Experience William R. Word 
 Fact Finding in the Public Sector: A Proposal to Strengthen the Fact Finder's Role Harold P. Seamon 
 A Suggested Remedy for Refusal to Bargain in the Public Sector: Final Offer Arbitration Howard Bellman and Harry Graham 
 The Need for Compulsory Arbitration M.J. Fox and L.B. McDonald 
 Compulsory Arbitration Versus Negotiations for Public Safety Employees: The Michigan Experience Robert H. Bezdek and David W. Ripley 
 The Effect of Compulsory Arbitration on Collective Negotiations J. Joseph Loewenberg 
 Mechanisms for Resolving Collective Bargaining Impasses in Public Education Harry A. Becker

 PART II RESOLVING STRIKES
 Public Sector Strike-Prevention: Let the Taxpayer Decide J.H. Foegen
Quasi-Strikes by Public Employees Paul D. Staudohar 
 Public Employee Bargaining Laws and the Propensity to Strike: Case of the Public School Teachers Robert J. Thornton and Andrew R. Weintraub
 
 PART III RESOLVING GRIEVANCES
 The Public Employee and Arbitration Robert Coulson
 Arbitrating a Grievance John B. Hogan 
 The Impact of Statutory Law on Contract Interpretation in Public Education Grievance Arbitration Kurt H. Decker 
 How Impartial is Impartial Arbitration When it Involves Public School Teachers? Harry Kershen 
 The Canadian Approach to Grievance Adjudication in the Public Sector E. Edward Herman
 

 

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