Discipline and Discharge in Arbitration, 2nd edition
Edited by Norman Brand
A powerful and vital tool for union leaders and attorneys handling discipline and discharge issues in arbitration. Written and edited by specialists from the American Bar Association Section of Labor & Employment Law’s Committee on Alternative Dispute Resolution in Labor and Employment Law, this edition outlines the standards and rationales employed by arbitrators in rendering their awards.
Readers get a complete discussion of categories of discipline; the just cause standard; investigation procedures; the use of evidence; and the court cases that define today’s limits in the full spectrum of discipline situations. Included: defining discipline; due process; just cause; attendance; performance problems; refusals to perform work or cooperate; substance abuse; inability to perform work; dishonesty and disloyalty; workplace misconduct; off-duty conduct; union activities; evidentiary considerations; appropriateness of disciplinary action; remedies for inappropriate discipline; statutory considerations; confirmation and vacation of awards.
The editor in chief is a veteran arbitrator in San Francisco. 550 pages hardcover
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