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Labor Agreement in Negotiation and Arbitration, Second Edition

Save time and costs while negotiating labor agreements with this guide. It outlines what contract provisions minimize arbitration and which strategies encourage settlement while the parties still have control. For each point of potential conflict, this reference outlines specific sample cases, management's and union's most effective arguments, arbitrators' reasoning methods and probable rulings, and more. A bibliography and index facilitate problem-solving and research.

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DESCRIPTION

In this guide, two outstanding labor arbitrators help you draft and administer balanced, effective agreements. The authors use the principles of contract interpretation and external law and give numerous examples to tell you:

  • What contract provisions minimize arbitration
  • Which strategies encourage settlement while the parties still have control
  • How to expedite arbitration, when needed, to reduce your costs in dispute resolution

At each point of potential conflict, the authors explore common problems, specifics of a sample case, management's and union's most effective arguments, and the arbitrator's reasoning methods and probable ruling. A focus on problem-solving and a helpful bibliography and index help you focus your preparation.


AUTHORS

Bloomberg BNA authors and editors are practicing professionals with insider perspectives and real-life experience. Learn more about this book’s authors and editors.
Arnold M. Zack is a labor arbitrator based in Boston, MA.

Richard I. Bloch is a labor arbitrator based in Washington, DC.

CONTENTS

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