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In 1957, the Supreme Court ruled that an employer may: refuse to arbitrate unresolved grievance disputes when the contract contains an arbitration provision. not refuse to arbitrate unresolved grievance disputes when the labor agreement contains an arbitration provision. refuse to arbitrate cases involving civil rights questions. avoid arbitration under Taft-Hartley.
Weegy: FRom the time the Supreme Court ratified the policy of federal ... Hartley),' an unresolved problem has lingered on the judicial hori- zon. Will a request for specific enforcement of a "no-strike" clause ... Lincoln Mills, 353 U.S. 448 (1957), the. [ Court .... Plainly the agreement to arbitrate grievance disputes is the quid pro quo for ... ] (More)
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Weegy: ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION. [ The terms "arbitra tion and conciliation" as employed in this article, are used to describe a group of methods of settling disputes between employers and work-people or among two or more sets of work-people, of which the common feature is the intervention of some outside party not directly affected by the dispute. If the parties agree beforehand to abide by the award of the third party, the mode of settlement is described as "arbitration." If there be no such agreement, but the offices of the mediator are used to promote an amicable arrangement between the parties themselves, the process is described as "conciliation." The third party may be one or more disinterested individuals, or a joint-board representative of the parties or of other bodies or persons. ] (More)
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In 1957, the Supreme Court ruled that an employer may: refuse to arbitrate unresolved grievance disputes when the contract contains an arbitration provision. not refuse to arbitrate unresolved grievance disputes when the labor agreement contains an arbitration provision. refuse to arbitrate cases involving civil rights questions. avoid arbitration under Taft-Hartley.
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