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Mediation and arbitration of employment disputes

Author: John T Dunlop; Arnold Zack
Publisher: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass Publishers, ©1997.
Series: Jossey-Bass conflict resolution series.
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For many employers and employees alike, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) offers clear advantage over recourse to a legal system compromised by staggering caseloads, endless appeals and high litigation costs. Indeed, ADR may prove the best hope for the equitable, affordable and expeditious adjudication of employment dispute claims. Now, two of the people most responsible for the adoption of due process  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Guide (Descripteur de forme)
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John T Dunlop; Arnold Zack
ISBN: 0787908479 9780787908478
OCLC Number: 36824791
Description: xxiv, 223 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The rise of labor-management dispute resolution --
Labor-management arbitration as the framework for employment law dispute resolution --
The emergence of alternative dispute resolution --
The current state of employment law arbitration --
Employment law dispute settlement programs developed by private business --
Elements of due process protection --
Alternative dispute resolution in government agencies --
A case study in system design: the Massachusetts Commission against discrimination --
The future of employment law dispute resolution --
Appendix A: List of acronyms --
Appendix B: The protocol: due process protocol for mediation and arbitration of statutory disputes arising out of the employment relationship --
Appendix C: Massachusetts Commission against discrimination Policy 96-1: Policy on alternative dispute resolution.
Series Title: Jossey-Bass conflict resolution series.
Responsibility: John T. Dunlop, Arnold M. Zack.
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Explores the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) as a primary means of settling government agency employment disputes before any form of litigation is considered. This text includes coverage  Read more...

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?This book offers a road map to dramatically reduce workplace conflict and legal costs. ADR is a revolutionary trAnd that offers the potential for resolving disputes in a fair and reasonable manner, Read more...

 
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