In this article, Professor Abrams and Nolan continue their review of the common topics addressed by labor arbitrators. Vacations are a particularly challenging matter involving work qualification requirements and calculations of benefits issues. Abrams and Nolan suggest ways labor and management can design their vacation systems to avoid later problems in arbitration.
UC Berkeley School of Law
Industrial Relations Law Journal, Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 603-622, 1983