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Getting Up to Speed on Interest Arbitration

March 17, 2009
Related Topics: Labor Relations
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Amid all the discussion of the Employee Free Choice Act, there is a major change in its provisions that has largely escaped notice. The act mandates ‘interest arbitration’ for first labor contracts if the union and employer cannot reach a voluntary agreement in the 120 days following the union’s request to bargain. To help you skip up the learning curve, here are the top seven things we think you should know generally about interest arbitration.
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