Arbitration as a Strike Substitute in Labour Negotiations - Public Policy Reconsidered
AbstractThe writer examines the legislative framework of the binding arbitration procedure in Alberta. He then describes the practice of arbitration boards, from the impanelling stage to the rendering of the award. Information gathered through survey of the members of such boards, and of parties who have appeared before them, is set forth and discussed. The article concludes with an assessment of the effectiveness and proper role of compulsory arbitration as an alternative to other ,,iethods for the resolution of labour disputes.
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