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The arbitration of discipline cases

Arnold Zack

The arbitration of discipline cases

concepts and questions

by Arnold Zack

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Published by American Arbitration Association in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Employees -- United States -- Case studies -- Dismissal of,
    • Grievance arbitration -- United States -- Case studies

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 83-84.

      StatementArnold M. Zack and Richard I. Bloch.
      ContributionsBloch, Richard I., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF5549.5.D55 Z32
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 84 p. ;
      Number of Pages84
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4434192M
      LC Control Number79084539

        In some cases, it is possible to have a one day med-arb. In more complex cases, the parties can agree to have evidence introduced either before or after mediation. Like arbitration, evidence can be adduced via live evidence, affidavits, documents, or any combination ://   At the arbitration, a witness for the respondent employer (who was the supervisor of the applicant) was adamant that the applicant was fully aware of how to conduct searches. The Commissioner also took the view that the concept of progressive discipline was applicable. Investigation and Management of COVID Cases in the Workplace. 27

      Leading Cases on Labour Arbitration Loose-Leaf Binder. Now available in both online and loose-leaf formats, Leading Cases on Labour Arbitration is a pioneering work, designed to help you quickly access and navigate the maze of arbitration awards and court decisions. Leading Cases provides authoritative commentary on over 2, arbitration awards, court judgments and tribunal decisions, as well   arbitration advocates to provide the best possible defenses when disciplinary actions are im-posed. Through strategic use of the Just Cause definition, the Article 17 interview and the Collective Bargaining Agreement, this Strategy Book is intended to promote thorough

        Schwartz cites real arbitration cases to show how each case was won or lost, and includes the case numbers so you can look them up, read the case history and testimony, and see how the arbitrator ruled and why. The notes section has a brief description of each case cited in the book and explains the significance of ://   When Officer Kevin Hammond was terminated by the Village of Posen, Illinois Police Department, his labor organization, the Illinois FOP Labor Council, challenged the termination in arbitration. An arbitrator overturned the termination, finding that the Village had not presented “clear and convincing evidence” that termination was warranted. Discussing the proper quantum of proof, the


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The arbitration of discipline cases by Arnold Zack Download PDF EPUB FB2

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus   THE ARBITRATION OF DISCHARGE CASES: A CASE STUDY J.

FRED HOLLY Professor and Head of the Department of Economics University of Tennessee Discharge is the supreme penalty imposed upon employees by the employer to maintain discipline in the work force. The serious implica-tions of the penalty are of such magnitude that both contractual and Discipline and Discharge in Arbitration highlights the rationales labor arbitrators have used in rendering their awards for cases involving absenteeism, insubordination, theft/falsification, off-duty behavior, negligence on the job, possession of drugs, fighting, harassment, and much more.

The Third Edition looks in-depth at issues surrounding social media, company mobile devices, and on- and   This is a great book for beginners or experts on discipline in arbitration. It is not geared to teach you how to arbitrate a union discharge. Rather, it gives you the substantive rules on the offenses - what has to be proved to sustain a discipline.

It is great to have the elements of  › Books › Law › Rules & Procedures. The Arbitration The arbitration of discipline cases book Police Discipline: An Intensive Court Ordered Study in Oakland, California. In brief, arbitrators upheld the imposed discipline in seven of 26 cases.

Of the 19 cases where the arbitrator did not uphold the disciplinary action, discipline was vacated entirely in 11 cases. Of the other eight cases, one-half of the   Rocco M.

Scanza and Jay E. Grenig both serve on the American Arbitration Association's labor panel. Rocco M. Scanza is an attorney, arbitrator and mediator of labor and employment disputes. He is also the executive director of Cornell University's Scheinman Institute on Conflict Resolution, where he teaches courses in workplace alternative dispute ://   expected it to have emerged from the thousands of arbitration cases involving discipline under the "just cause" standard or the hundreds of arbitration cases involving discrimination based on sex.

Yet, for reasons that may reflect little credit on the judiciary *Member, National Academy of Arbitrators, Westport, ://   Arbitration Cases. (Ted) Koskie's Blog Entries.

In other words, when does an employee's breach of a rule merit discipline and what discipline is warranted. While most cases thus far are in a labour context, these same general themes could be equally applied to   Winning Discipline and Discharge Cases at Arbitration HRPA Hamilton Chapter Ap Evans, Philp LLP Barristers and Solicitors.

A steadfast commitment to our clients, since Winning Discipline and Discharge Cases at Arbitration Presentation by BRENT FOREMAN & JANE GOODING EVANS, PHILP LLP 1 King St. W., 16th Fl. () Discipline and Discharge Cases at Arbitration. consistent decisions in discipline cases, because they recognized that inconsistent results produced chaos in both the arbitration process and the work place.

Finally, noted arbitrator Carroll R. Daugherty decided to take the bull by the horns by combining the many concepts employed by arbitrators in discipline Deciding Discipline Cases. Introduction. Some of the most commonly adjudicated issues in workplace arbitration are situations in which employees have been subjected to disciplinary action (e.g., fired or suspended).

To understand how arbitrators approach disciplinary cases, it is helpful to distinguish between cases involving organized (i.e Labour Arbitration in Canada, Third Edition. Based on Lancaster's popular service, Leading Cases on Labour Arbitration, this compact softcover text is an indispensable resource for all labour relations practitioners.

The newly issued Third Edition has been extensively revised and updated to reflect, in a convenient and easy-to-read format, the most recent developments in the law of labour Examples of Cases Settled in Arbitration.

Since arbitration became a popular method of settling disputes while avoiding overcrowded court calendars in the s, many cases large and small have been settled by professional arbitrators. Many such cases involving large companies or large settlements have been highlighted on the ://   This book chapter summarizes the preliminary findings of what may be the most comprehensive collection of discipline and discharge arbitration decisions ever subject to systematic analysis.

Since the early s, arbitrators on Minnesota's Bureau of Mediation Services (BMS) roster have been required to file a copy of their decisions with the ?abstract_id= Labor arbitration in this context constitutes a due process review of discipline and discharge decisions.

The process entails an informal evidentiary hearing before a neutral :// This book chapter summarizes the preliminary findings of what may be the most comprehensive collection of discipline and discharge arbitration decisions ever subject to systematic ://   discipline or discharge a worker in the public sector than in the pri-vate sector.

We were also able to differentiate results in discipline cases from those in discharge cases. The top panel of Table 1 shows that, with regard to non-discharge disciplinary cases, arbitration outcomes were ?article=&context=faculty_articles. NATIONAL ARBITRATION PANEL In the Matter of the Arbitration (GRIEVANTS: between (John Burch Nederland, Texas, and UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE (John Ferrell Dallas, Texas and NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LETTER CARRIERS) CASE NOS.: (H4N-3U-Cand and) H4N-3A-C (AMERICAN POSTAL WORKERS UNION) (Intervenor) BEFORE: Richard   within six months and, if necessary, have the case listed for arbitration.

To further accelerate the handling of discipline cases, many railroads and unions (including TCU) have established special “expedited” boards of arbitration where the parties proceed without formal written submissions and without the necessity of an oral hearing before 4   Indeed, the book discusses contemporary issues in arbitration law which apply to many other countries.

Zambia is chosen here for purposes of providing a useful context to the study given that the book addresses issues that are beyond the geographical limits of Zambia. Chapters in the book cover, among other things, the.

The hurdle which the applicant faced at the arbitration proceedings was that of explaining the inconsistency in the application of discipline.

The fact that the disciplinary hearings were handled by two different chairpersons is in my view insignificant when regard   While one might assume that the onus in discipline cases is well established, and Arbitration Boards will properly apply the burden of proof, the judgment of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia in this case affirms that the courts are willing to intervene on judicial review to ensure that arbitrators do, in fact, approach disciplinary grievances   This book is a record of profound scholarship with insight into the important issues in international arbitration.

Its collection of essays, written by Michael Hwang S.C. over the years, on a wide range of topics in international arbitration will undoubtedly enjoy broad appeal to past, present and future generations of students and ://