THE FUTURE OF WORK, WORKERS, and WORKPLACE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Two prominent arbitrators-scholars kick off this mini-symposium by emphasizing that, at a time of sweeping technological change in the workplace, the nation’s labor-management relations system is struggling – and often failing — to serve workers’ needs as well as those of society at large. Articles recently published in the Dispute Resolution Journal by Tom Kochan and Arnold Zach provide a critical examination of the system’s many shortcomings and identify fundamental reforms necessary for the nation’s labor-management relations system to meet its basic objectives. Here, we present executive summaries of their articles with links to the full published versions. The full articles are reprinted with permission of the American Arbitration Association® and Juris Publishing, all rights reserved.
Reclaiming Arbitration’s Good Name, Arnold M. Zack, 74 Dispute Resolution Journal 33, 2019.
Shaping the Future of Work: Challenges and Opportunities for U.S. Labor Management Relations and Workplace Dispute Resolution, Thomas A. Kochan, 74 Dispute Resolution Journal 11, 2019.
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