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Describe the grievance process and what it does for both the administration and the employee.
Weegy: The grievance procedure is the mechanism used by the union to address administration violations of the collective bargaining agreement. [ It provides a process that requires administrators to make a good faith attempt to negotiate a settlement with union officials when disputes arise. If a settlement cannot be reached the union has the option to take the matter before an arbitrator who makes a final and binding decision. The grievance procedure provides for judicial review of any action taken by management that has impact on the employees covered by the negotiated agree­ment. Without a grievance procedure employees would have no internal process available for ensuring their right to justice on the job. The alternative to this procedure, group action or courts of law, is often costly, time consuming and insensitive to unique problems within an industry. Therefore, the grievance procedure provides a more effective means of redressing employee problems ] (More)
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What are the relative strengths of the U.S. and European views of Andragogy
Weegy: The U.S. defines andragogy as one perspective on how adults learn – implying there are many other perspectives. This can be a strength because it is open to the idea of other perspectives being used in the adult learning process. [ However, Europe sees “andragogy” as synonymous with adult learning. The principles of andragogy are thus in these cases assumed and it follows that the principles of andragogy will be followed. This is a strength because andragogy has proven to be an extremely successful approach to adult learning, as it fulfills the needs to adult learners. ] (More)
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