How Labor Arbitration Works:
The Case of the Contaminated Kitchen
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It’s our pleasure to present How Labor Arbitration Works: The Case of the Contaminated Kitchen. This presentation is based on a real case.

The arbitrator, played by George Roumell, conducted the actual hearing and decided the case. We have attempted to give you an informative moving picture of how labor arbitration works, from being to end, starting with a reenactment of the workplace incident that led to the filing of an employee grievance. The video will provide you with information on how to prepare for arbitration and how to conduct arbitration. Advocates of arbitration on the employer and employee side will learn how to coach their witnesses and how to present opening and closing statements.

How Labor Arbitration Works: The Case of the Contaminated Kitchen is a product of the Fraser center’s project on [email protected], a digital learning network on workplace issues.

On behalf of Wayne State University and the Doug Fraser center for workplace issues, we thank you for visiting

Order a DVD for $59.95.

If you have any questions, please call Marick Masters, Director, Center for [email protected] at (313) 577-5358 or by email at [email protected]