Essay about Bus 405 Wk 9 Quiz 8 Chapter 11,12 - All Possible Questions

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BUS 405 WK 9 Quiz 8 Chapter 11,12 - All Possible Questions

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1. Currently, management might have to submit a grievance to arbitration even if the labor agreement is no longer in effect and management has decided to close its operations.

2. Arbitrators are usually more liberal than the courts in the types of evidence permitted at the hearing.

3. Arbitration is one of the more traditional aspects of industrial relations since it was extensively used in the early 1800s.

4. An arbitrator is not allowed to frame the wording of the
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13. Governmental agencies such as the EEOC and the NLRB can retain jurisdiction over an issue heard by an arbitrator and can modify an arbitrator's decision if it conflicts with their interpretation of public policy.

14. The burden of proof in a discharge rests with the employer, even though the union may have filed the grievance.

15. A major purpose in cross-examination is to reinforce the other party's testimony.

16. While arbitration has many procedural problems, delay is not one of them, since most arbitration cases are heard within 10 days after the request.

17. World War II increased the popularity of arbitration since many union and management officials realized that uninterrupted wartime production was essential.

18. The "repeat player" situation favors the individual employee.

19. Arbitrators heavily weigh offers of a compromise grievance settlement before the arbitration hearing since this offer reveals the intent of one or both of the parties.

20. All things considered (time and expense involved), arbitration offers fewer advantages to the parties than other methods of grievance resolution, such as "pulling the pin" through sudden strike activity.


1. The Supreme Court's Gardner-Denver decision:
a. resulted in trial courts overturning discrimination grievances heard by the arbitrators.
b. contended that the arbitrator’s expertise pertains to labor agreement interpretation and not

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